“To squeeze and chomp”

Films: Piranhaconda (2012)

Alias: None

Type: Natural

Location: Jungle/Lake

Height/Weight: Thice that of a bus.

Affiliation: Neutral

Summary: If someone asked you what the worst creatures in the Amazon were, they'd answer with, most likely and out of lack of understanding, say the piranha and the anaconda, though at least the latter holds some water. It was only a matter of time before Syfy did to them what they already did to the shark and the octopus. Hence, we got the Piranhaconda.

History: Somewhere in the tropical areas of Hawaii, a clutch of eggs has been found. It belongs to a mated pair of new giant predators called Piranhacondas. Bad news for both the scientists, the film crew, the investigators, and the crooks that are all within the jungle now. Whatever plans they had, they're about to get derailed by unbridled nature.

Notable Kills: One manages to down a helicopter, and another smashes through a car, killing a person without biting them.

Final Fate: One of the snakes is blasted by a wayward rocket, while the other is caught in the explosion that destroys the eggs as well. However, just as the survivors are recovering, a third snake eats them. The Piranhacondas are most likely here to stay.

Powers/Abilities: Very thick hides.

Weakness: Heavy artillery.

Scariness Factor: 3-The concept of a snake that does more chewing than swallowing AND is a gigantic specimen with the face of a toothy fish is, like many other concepts used by Syfy, wasted on terrible special effects. The CGI does not do these creatures justice, and seeing how easily humans are dispatched borders on absurd. If these beasts existed in real life, then they'd be true nightmares.

Trivia: -Aside from injecting venom, there are just no snakes on Earth that prefer to use their teeth and chew their prey as opposed to swallowing it whole.

-Ironically, snakes will often try to eat fish when they get the opportunity. Even domesticated snakes will readily devour whatever fish they can get their mouths around. On the subject of fish/snake hybrids, NO, eels are not such things.

Image Gallery

We in the jungle or swamp?

"This bird tastes a bit...dry?"

He's well equipped to handle the IRS when he stiffs the rent.
Thing from "Addam's Family" knows to run like Hell too!

"So...what was I doing here again?"

Pose, ladies! All three of you!

The jungle ain't big enough for the both of them.

Frolick angrily away from death.