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The Green Anaconda can grow to more than 29 feet, weigh more than 550 pounds, and measure more than 12 inches in diameter.
The Reticulated python can grow a little longer, but not as big in girth.
They can eat Caribou, small hippos and just about anything they can get their jaws around. All types of animals have been found in the gut of these large snakes.
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Yes, they could easily take him down. You have to remember they are constrictors and will squeeze and compact their prey item. A 6ft snake can take down and eat a small child.
I have seen of the snakes caught out in the Everglades and they are huge.
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Most likely take him in feed first after crushing him and within an hour he would be consumed . Then the digestion process would take place, which could take a while depending on the snake and its metabolism.
These snakes are aggressive and nothing will slow down their voracious appetite. The can take down large antelope and caribou with horns, the clothes would not slow the snake when feeding.
Did you have further questions about these snakes? I am here to assist you. These large snakes are very dangerous. Not only to the constrict, they also have very sharp teeth, but do not chew. A man in the picture would have no chance if the snake got him and started constricting.
As soon as he constricted the guys breathing would stop and his bones would crush him killing him within minutes. The snake would unhinge his jaws consuming the man. He is pushed along the digestive tract until his body is consumed and the clothes may or may not pass in the scat. The time frame depends on the digestive system of the snake. It could could take two weeks
The items that were not digested would either be retained in the gut or passed through in the stool and intact other than damage done by the digestion process.