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The boa constrictor (Boa constrictor), also called the red-tailed boa or the common boa, is a species of large, non-venomous, heavy-bodied snake that is ...

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Boa constrictors wear some of the most distinctive markings of all reptiles. Depending on the habitat they are trying to blend into, their bodies can be tan, green, ...

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Boa constrictors are powerful snakes and stealthy hunters. They live in tropical climates throughout most of Central and South America, where they hunt at night.

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Boa constrictors are nonvenomous snakes found in Central and South America. They are named after their mode of predation: constriction.

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Boa constrictor is an exclusively New World species which has the largest distribution of all neotropical boas. Boa constrictors range from northern Mexico south ...

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Boa constrictor nebulosa (LAZELL 1964) Boa constrictor occidentalis PHILIPPI 1873. Boa constrictor orophias LINNAEUS 1758. Boa constrictor ortonii COPE ...

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Apr 7, 2013 ... Steve Backshall risks being strangled by a Boa Constrictor snake as he demonstrates their lethal killing technique - on himself! Incredible clip ...

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Boa Constrictors are one of the largest snakes in the world, along with the Reticulated Python and Anaconda. Boas are non-poisonous but just as deadly.

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There are six Boa Constrictor subspecies currently recognized by all herpetologists. Learn more about this popular and amazing snake species here.