Do Anacondas Have Teeth?


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.
Q&A Related to "Do Anacondas Have Teeth?"
About 100 sharp teeths.
Anacondas have more than 100 sharp teeth that curve backwards to help move its prey
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
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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