Boa constrictor

LONG TAIL BOA a large fat snake of the Boa family, Baida. Its range extends from Argentina to northern Mexico.

Although it thrives in tropical rainforests, it is also found in savannas, sugarcane fields, and semiprecious scrublands. Snakes are usually 10 feet (3 meters) long, although more than 18 feet (5.5 meters) have been reported.


Central American kisses rarely exceed 8 feet (2.4 meters). The number of Boa constructor subdivisions is controversial, ranging in age from 6 to 11.

The boa constrictor’s head is long and triangular, with black lines from the eyes to the back of the jaw and another dark line at the top.

The primary colors

are dark brown and black markings – they are often in the form of triangles, ovals, and ovaries against a yellowish-gray and gray background.

However, colors and markings often vary, not only in subtypes but also in people with the same population.

In Ova Tony, a Boa constructor from Pew, the tails are red instead of brown, and the tail is different. Argentina’s Boa Constructor (Boa Constrictor Occidentals) is Silver Gray with an unusual network style.

Boa constructor

is active from evening till dawn, eating a variety of birds and mammals. It is mostly local but climbs trees in search of birds.

During the day, it shelters in hollow trees, old manuscripts and animal burrows.

It kills by force, first capturing the prey and then using its coals to exert deadly pressure. Walks slowly and has a mild temperament, easily matched.


Farmers keep snakes around their fields and storage sheds to reduce the livestock population. The red-tailed boa constrictor is a well-known exotic pet.

Boa constructors live about 1 to 2 feet (0.3 to 0.6 m) tall. The number of each whip is one to several dozen young.


Kisses are immovable compulsions found in tropical Central and South America. Like Inkewanda’s cousins, they are excellent swimmers, but prefer to live on dry land, living mainly in hollow logs and leaving the shells of tigers.

Significantly shorter than the Anaconda, the Bose can grow up to 13 feet tall and weigh more than 100 pounds.


Their jaws stand up with small, crooked teeth as they wrap their muscular body around their prey, squeezing it until it breathes.

Bose will eat almost anything they can catch, including birds, monkeys and wild boars. Their jaws can grow wide to swallow large prey.

Reproduction and Conservation

Females lay eggs inside their bodies and give birth to 60 live babies. Bosses are about 22 feet tall when they are born and grow permanently between the ages of 25 and 30. The largest boa constrictor ever measured 18 feet.

Exotic pets have been hunted for their fine, ornate skin and for sale in the pet trade, with some Boa constructs securing status within their limits.


snake family

LONG TAIL BOA, a common name for many species of unlimited narrow snakes. There are more than 40 types of real kisses.

In addition, both can refer to two other groups of snakes: mascara, or split jaw, bose (Family Boleridi), and dwarf bose (Trapodofidae family land and wood boss); The two families do not have a close relationship with each other and real kisses.


Real kisses are divided into two subfamilies, Bina and Erkini. Bonnie includes American tropical boo constrictors (boa constructors), tree bosses (genus Corellis), and anacondas (genus eventus).

Two more genres are found in Madagascar and the islands in the southwestern Pacific Ocean. The members of the bona are 1 meter (3.3 feet) long, which is more than 4 meters in some species, usually giant, or green, anaconda.

Boa Constructor occupies

a wide variety of habitats, from coastal northern Mexico and laser antelopes to Argentina. Although rarely taller than 3.3 meters (11 feet), some have grown to more than 5 meters.

A subspecies, the red-tailed boa constrictor, is especially popular in the pet trade. Numerous tree bosses have large teeth used to catch birds. For example, the tropical South American 1.8 m (6 ft) emerald tree Corallus caninus.


The adult is green at the top, a white dorsal stripe and crossbar, and yellow at the bottom. The rainbow pattern from Costa Rica to Argentina is not strictly patterned but it is clearly frivolous.

With the exception of Anaconda, most bottles are firmly grounded to be Arabic. Young people often move from trees to land as they get older.

Most species have label (lip) pits with heat-treated organs that complement their sense of smell and good looks.

Mammals and birds

are common prey, which is usually caught by a bite grip after which it is forced. Hardness comes.

The subfamily Ericana includes two species of North American, as well as 10 Asian, Indian, and African species of Sand Bo (Genus Ericus) and West African Earth Art (Charina renardity).

Irish are alive (as opposed to egg layers) with straight cylindrical bodies, shoulder heads and short tails. Most measurements are less than 70 centimeters (28 inches).

These fish snakes are often terrestrial and live mostly in barren and semi-semi-habitats where they prey on lizards and small mammals.

The brown, 45 cm (18 inch) rubber boa (chrysanthemum plant) of western North America is the most northern boa and is a lender that looks and feels.


From southern California and Arizona to Mexico, the 90-centimeter (35-inch) pink scent (Charina Terro Gita) is usually brown or pink.

In addition to the two Asian species that lay eggs (Genusophedine), 24 dwarfs of the Trapodophyde family live young and live in the West Indies, Central America and North South America.

They are primarily terrestrial, occasionally covering small trees and shrubs to prey on small hearts, especially amphibians and lizards.