The heaviest known snake in the world, the Green Anaconda can weigh well over 200 pounds. This South American constrictor can also grow over 17 feet in length, making it the second longest living snake species, behind the Reticulated Python of Asia.
Scientific Name: Eunectes murinus
Characteristics: This Anaconda figure features a scientifically accurate and finely detailed sculpt that captures the bulk of this heavy bodied snake. Artfully painted, the snake is a drab olive green above with darker splotches, orange spots along its side, a yellow underbelly, and an orange-red streak behind each eye that distinguishes this snake from others.
Size: In its sculpted coiled posture, this snake figure measures just over 6 inches wide and nearly 5 inches from front to back. Smaller than the real thing but no less detailed, kids and collectors can get up close with this scaly serpent without worrying about being swallowed!