Pythons and Anacondas are the largest, longest and heaviest snakes in the world and they both belong to two different families of snake but share many of the same characteristics. Anaconda and Python snakes are greatest snakes found in South America and dense forest of Asia and Africa.
Python or Pythonidae is a family of large nonvenomous snakes, mostly found in Africa, Australia and Asia. Currently 31 species of Pythons are recognized and The reticulated python is longest snakes and longest reptiles and also among the three heaviest snakes of the world.
Length: 21.3 ft
Weight: 60 kg
Found: Africa and Asia
Habitat: Grasslands and Rocky foothills
Anaconda is the group of four largest non-venomous boa species snakes, found in tropical forest of South America and the green anaconda is the largest snake in the world by weight. Anaconda species are primarily nocturnal and aquatic, also sometimes known as the water boa.
Length: 17.1 ft
Weight: 97 kg
Found: South America
Habitat: Swamps, Marshes and Rivers
Boa Constrictor belongs to the family Boidae and only found in the forest of North and South America. The boa constrictor is a very large species of snake and also rank among the longest snakes in the world.
Found: North, Central and South America