In this video you can learn the digestive process of the snake very clearly. hrough a process that is much different than that of other animals. But, because these snakes are so large, their prey is often large as well. The digestive process begins with the unique way snakes swallow their prey and ends much the same as with other animals.
Once the anaconda has devoured its meal, it then needs to find a safe place to digest it. The weight of the meal in the snake’s stomach makes it difficult to move, so its body expends a lot of energy to digest large meals. The digestion process can take from several days to several weeks, depending on the temperature and the size of the meal. Because anacondas are warm-blooded, they require a warm place to speed up their metabolisms; a cold snake has a difficult time digesting food.