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It was in Piedras Blancas, on the Paraná River. In that area there is a reserve for those animals.
A big scare occurred this Thursday on the beaches of Piedras Blancas, in the north of Entre Ríos, when visitors to the resort saw an anaconda appear from the Paraná River.
When they saw the animal, people quickly emerged from the water and there were some cries of fear, but the lifeguards acted quickly and, as instructed, rescued the animal to take it to a protected natural area that exists in the area.
“It’s something natural here. It is a defenseless animal and is in danger of extinction, ” Fabricio Mesquida, mayor of Piedras Blancas, told TN.
In addition, Mesquida clarified that this type of anacondas ” is not poisonous or attacks .” But there are also signs on the beach not to approach or disturb her. If the trouble is going to defend itself, ”he said.