Talk about scary. Apparently there's a very big snake slithering in the waters of Lake Hopatcong, New Jersey's biggest lake. Initial reports were saying that it was a boa constrictor, however a New Jersey reptile expert is saying it is, in fact, at a 16 foot long green anaconda.

Read Gerald Andrejcak's comments to NJ.com HERE

http://www.nj.com/morris/index.ssf/2014/07/officials_not_taking_giant_lake_hopatcong_snake_seriously_resident_says.html

Officer Dale Sloat says...

What we're afraid of is the animals – small dogs, cats, raccoons – and I would advise people not to put their baby in the lake. A snake this size can probably swim about 25 miles an hour.