Sunday, March 9, 2014

Epic 5 meter ANACONDA Fights Military Soldiers

First of all I want to tell you that Anacondas are very big snakes, quite one of the largest ones, if not the largest. They can weight up to 400 Lbs(181 kg) and can grow up to 25 feet in length(7.6m)
They're among the most feared animals in the animal kingdom and they are usually making they're home in the jungles of South America. They are also known to love rivers, slow moving rivers especially.

As cities expanded and people started building homes nearer and nearer to they're home guess what happened?

You're right, she attacked !!!

In that moment, the people from the rural Brazil called in the BPA. Who is BPA you might ask? Well it's a militarized police force which shifted they're activity into fighting wildlife, protecting the environment and keeping citizens safe.

In this very day, Lt. Gilmar a BPA veteran and other 2 soldiers were called to solve a delicate problem in a village near a wide river in Brazil. The homeowner found a LARGE Anaconda in his Garden. The police officers when arriving at the villager's home saw that the problem was even more delicate that first thought. The anaconda had about 5m(that's about 16 feet) and was very aggressive because of many reasons:

First of all they were trying to capture her, an other reason was that it was raining outside. When anacondas are wet, they feel they are extremely confident, and feel like they can take over the world.
The Anacond put up a big fight with them, it was very very hard to try to bag her, which wasn't the perfect solution so they had to change plans. The cornered the Anaconda and managed to put a with a lunge, grabbed it by the head, being able to capture it and save the day.
This being said, the day was saved, though it was a hard day for Lt Gilmar and his fellow teammates, everything ended up alright. But after watching the above video, we are curious what's your opinion on they're strategy. How do you find it?
We're anxious in hearing your opinion about this matter so don't hesitate to comment in the comments section.

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