Are Anacondas Endangered?

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Anacondas which are commonly found in the South American continent especially in the Amazon Rainforest could become endangered if not protected. The trade and hunt of these snakes and the snake's skin should be controlled so as to protect them.
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Answer Like many animals, the anaconda has become endangered primarily because of habitat loss, although poaching also has played a role in the snake's decline. The Amazon Rainforest
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The anaconda is endangered because people use their skin for handbags and shoes and material things like that.
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Anaconda's are endangered primarily because of habitat loss but poaching is also a big matter.
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