This is the boldest and most irresponsible scuba diver who likes studying snakes and reptiles in their natural habitat and is constantly accompanied by a camera to capture his mad encounters with this gigantic river monster.
Franco Banfi, a courageous 53-year-old Swiss diver, and snake aficionado had an opportunity to photograph the kinder side of snakes in their native environment on a recent diving adventure in the Mato Grosso area of Brazil, where he came face to face with a 26-foot-long enormous anaconda, armed only with his camera.
Franco Banfi, a daring diver, and snake aficionado caught this photo of a massive anaconda hiding beneath the surface of a river in Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil. When they watch this sight, perhaps everyone will get chills. The daring diver approached a massive anaconda laying on the riverbed, shimmering in the scorching tropical sun.
Fortunately for photographers and divers, this gigantic snake had recently devoured a capybara rodent and isn’t as eager to consume him a second time. “Because the snake had just eaten, it was uninterested in us.” Everything is conceivable, but I doubt it would have devoured us. “I was so near I could have touched it,” Banfi explained.
During his 10-day trip to the Mato Grosso do Sul area of South America, Banfi claims he spotted six distinct female anacondas. This location is well-known for its rich natural beauty and draws a large number of tourists each year.
Surely, as soon as you get into contact with the animal, you go mad since you don’t know what sort of snake it is and believe they are really d.e.a.d.l.y. But, after a while, you’ll realize that if you respect them, they won’t do anything to you.
This snake frequently swims around rivers in quest of food; it is usually solitary and fairly timid. It is uncommon to see them in the wild, but if we do, we must be cautious since, because of their enormous size, we might become their meal.