Who is the biggest predator in South America? We find out in the video above. In this archived footage, we can see a panther grappling with an anaconda, but the strongest animal is not always the bigger of the two. View this post on Instagram What a beauty 😍❤️👀 - Follow @w1ldplanet for more - Photography:@mithunhphotography - #leopard #panther #africa #asia #india #capturethewild #african_portraits #wonderful #discoverwildlife #wildlifeperfection #glabol4nature #bestnatureshot @africanature #f4f #igswildlife #world_bestanimal #unlimitedafrica #nikon #wildlife_version #animal_bestshots #wildlifefriend @wildlife.hd #wildlifeowners #natureshot @ig_africa @loves_africa @unlimitedafrica @africansafaris @africanimals @exploreafrica @uli_wildlife A post shared by WILD PLANET (@w1ldplanet) on Oct 28, 2019 at 4:41pm PDT Two different weight classesWeighing in at 300lb (136kg), the anaconda is a big guy compared to the 200lb (91kg) panther. But the fight doesn’t take place in its preferred environment. Anacondas almost always live near on or in the water. They are fairly slow and limp when moving on land due to their size, but they can still be really fast in water. As the footage proceeds to show, the cleverly tries to draw its opponent into a pond.King of the underwater Getty ImagesOnce in the murky water, the feline predator finds it difficult to grab the anaconda as it makes its way in and out of the water. The anaconda carefully manages to curl around the feline and it seems it isn't long before she suffocates. Nevertheless, the panther drags the anaconda onto dry land once again before the giant, exhausted snake ends up admitting defeat.