Snakes: The Big Squeeze | 1999

Documentary, Nature
Documentary about how snakes can kill, not with snake venom, but by squeezing their prey to death. In the wild, constrictors can reach 30 feet in length and have been known to eat adult humans. Fascinated by these ...more

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Documentary about how snakes can kill, not with snake venom, but by squeezing their prey to death. In the wild, constrictors can reach 30 feet in length and have been known to eat adult humans. Fascinated by these claims, Jules Sylvester, expert animal handler for Hollywood, embarks on a quest to find the longest, heaviest and most aggressive constrictors in the world. His first stop is Crescent Island, Kenya, to find an African rock python which is considered to be the most aggressive of big constrictors. Next, Sylvester travels to Asia to find the reticulated python, which is considered the longest snake species in the world. Then, he travels to the Venezuelan wetlands, the home of the giant anaconda.

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