Facts about the Jamaican boa
As its common name suggests, this species is found only on Jamaica. The Jamaican boa coloration varies over its length, with the upper part of the head appearing grey or olive-green, becoming golden yellow, orange or reddish-brown on the front part of the body. The newborn Jamaican boa is usually pale orange on the upperparts, with dark orange or brown cross-bands, and pinkish-orange on the belly. Get more details from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jamaican_Boa and http://www.kwintessential.co.uk/articles/jamaica/Jamaican-Boa-Snake-Facts/4915.
Also known as the yellow snake (Epicrates subflavus) and it is non-venomous. Adults grow to an average of about 6 feet 6 inches in length or higher.