A member of the boa family, South America’s green anaconda is, pound for pound, the largest snake in the world. Its cousin, the reticulated python, can reach slightly greater lengths, but the enormous girth of the anaconda makes it almost twice as heavy.
Nicki is a gorgeous species with some variation of a military-green and semi-irregular dark circular dorsal blotches along her skin.
Their size makes them sluggish on land so they spend a lot of time in the water. They are powerful and graceful swimmers, and, with just their eyes and nostrils poking out of the water, can easily surprise their prey.