Aberrant Juvenile Emerald Tree Boa
- Corallus caninus
- Field Collected
- Approximately 24 Inches In Length
- Beautiful Reduced Pattern On This One
- These Bright Emerald Green Boas Make For Excellent Display Animals
- Feeding On Live And Frozen/Thawed Hopper Mice
Aberrant Juvenile Emerald Tree Boa for sale are related to green tree pythons. They are brilliant green on the outside and yellow on the inside. Their back is striped in an uneven zigzag pattern. Their powerful prehensile tail allows them to navigate between tree branches. Their eyes’ vertical pupils aid in their ability to detect movement. They can feel heat released by their prey because to deep hollows in their scales close to their lips.
Emerald tree boas are found in the so-called Guiana Shield’s lowland tropical rainforests of the Amazon River region. Despite living in a forest environment, they occasionally descend to the ground to lie in the sun.
The emerald tree boa is a carnivore that eats small animals like rats, bats, squirrels, lizards, and sometimes monkeys as well as birds. Small reptiles and amphibians will also be consumed by the young. When kept in captivity, mice fed every two weeks will suffice as a diet. No venom is produced by them.
WE HAVE ABERRANT JUVENILE EMERALD TREE BOAS FOR SALE. DETAILS FOUND BELOW:
- Originating From South America They Range From Northern Brazil, Eastern Peru, Colombia, Venezuela, French Guiana, Ecuador, Suriname, And Extreme North Bolivia
- With Proper Care These Boas Can Live Up To 15-20 Years
- Full Grown Adults Can Get As Long As 6 – 7 Feet In Length From Head To Tail
- This Fantastic Snake Has The Largest Teeth Out Of Any Non-venomous Snake Species, That Is Prefect For Piercing Through Feathers