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    Not even room for the wafer thin mint...
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    a python? in Florida?

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    Holy crap! I'd love to see that one go down live... I wonder if National Geographic could do that... maybe put them in a tank at the same time or something. Those things sure do take on big meals.
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    I've seen an anaconda eat a 9 foot croc on national geographics, they showed the whole process. The snake was a lot bigger in that one though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockytriton
    I've seen an anaconda eat a 9 foot croc on national geographics, they showed the whole process. The snake was a lot bigger in that one though.
    Did NG say how long it'd take for the croc to be entirely digested?
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