It was in early June that it happened. McKenzie was sitting in vegetation by the shore of the water, observing the giant water lilies, when she realized that an anaconda was becoming dangerously close. “I panicked,” McKenzie recalls. “I had no idea what to do. I was frozen. But then, all of a sudden, a brownish-green blur flashed before my eyes. It didn’t even care that I was there,” she exclaimed. “The Snanker just jumped right in front of me and killed the anaconda immediately, swiftly dodging its head and biting it in the throat." But this creature was unlike anything she had ever seen before. As the animal devoured the giant snake, McKenzie was finally able to take in the details. It was huge, about seven feet long from nose to the tip of its tail, which was thick and muscular.
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