Anacondas come from a variety of snakes. They are a little on the heavy side and they come in different colors. They weight between 227 - 550 pounds at its heaviest. They're about 6 to 8 inches long.
The anaconda was first found about 150 million years ago. It first orginiated from in the United kingdom. They are now found mainly in south america. They live in swamps, marshes, slowly moving streams, and tropical rain forest. They stay in very moist climates.
Pythons resemble the anaconda because they are both from the boidae family and both inhabited in the winter.
Boas resemble Anacondas because they are both in the boidae family and they swallow their prey whole.
The alligator has similar homologus structure because they both have long tails.
The chamelons are alike because they both have scaly skin and long flexible tails.