Friday, November 27, 2009


Actually this idea comes up bila ak nmpak status YM kak Som,ak terpk wuts the difference between anaconda dan ular sawa.Hesh..gelimat gile ak tgk..

Reticulated Python aka Ular Sawa

Python reticulatus, also known as the (Asiatic) reticulated python or regal python, is a species of python found in Southeast Asia. Adults grow to over 28 feet (8.7 m) in length and are the world's longest snakes and longest reptile, but are not the most heavily built. Like all pythons, they are non-venomous constrictors and normally not considered dangerous to humans, even though large specimens are powerful enough to kill an adult and attacks are occasionally reported.
An excellent swimmer, it has even been reported far out at sea and has consequently colonized many small islands within its range. The specific name is Latin meaning net-like, or reticulated, and is a reference to the complex color pattern.

Anakanda aka Anaconda??

Anacondas are large, non-venomous snakes found in tropical South America They are found mostly in water, such as the Amazon River. Although the name actually applies to a group of snakes, it is often used to refer only to one species in particular, the common or green anaconda, Eunectus Murinus, which is one of the largest snakes in the world, and (together with India's Python Reticulatus) arguably the longest. Specimens of up to around thirty feet have been caught or killed and examined.
While the snake is clearly dangerous to humans and there are several ascertained cases of people being killed by it, it is not a regular man hunter. Its standing prey includes fish, river fowl and occasionally domesticated goats and ponies who venture close to or into the water and are overpowered and drowned by the beast. The anaconda spends much of its time underwater.


LightsOfHope said...

qilah..tergezut aku tgk makhluk tu.seb bek aku xcampak laptop ni.

kilah said...

geli geliman ekceli ak tgk..
berlingkar2 tkleh nk gerak..
gmbr dia mkn manusia pn bnyk,ak tkleh blah nk tgk..terbayang2..