Do Anacondas Have Teeth?

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Anacondas do in fact have teeth. They have 100 rear facing teeth that are ready to strike. Their teeth are what they use to protect themselves.
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About 100 sharp teeths.
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Anacondas have more than 100 sharp teeth that curve backwards to help move its prey
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The anaconda must eat its prey whole and lives primarily on wild animals such as deer, capybara, caiman and small mammals. The anaconda is completely carnivorous, eating only meat
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The average size of a female alligator is 8.2 feet, male averages about 11.2 feet. Alligators have a long snout with an upward facing nostrils. Alligators have 74-80 teeth.
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