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Boa constrictors are used by humans to keep numbers of rodent pests down. The largest recorded boa constrictor was 15 feet (5.5 metres) long. We hope you enjoyed learning these boa anaconda facts. Visit our rainforest animals page to find out about more amazing animals.


BOA CONSTRICTOR. 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. They ambush their prey, which means that they will hide and wait for something yummy to go by and then do a surprise attack. They use their flicking tongue to pick up the scent.


Boa constrictors can be found in different habitats including rainforests, agricultural areas and deserts in trees or on the ground. Size. Boa constrictors average 6 - 14 feet in length but can be as long as 18 feet. Reproduction. Boas bear live young and may have as many as 50 or more infants during birth.


Easy Science for Kids All About Boa Constrictors - The World’s Most Beautiful Snakes. Learn more about Boa Constrictors with our Fun Science Facts for Kids.


Boa by another name. Several different snakes are called "boas" but are actually not members of the Boa genus.Many of them are popular as pets. For example, the Jamaican yellow boa, or simply the ...


This page contains facts, pictures and links to further information on a wide range of rainforest animals from all around the world. Scroll down to see all of the animals in alphabetical order, or select the species you’d like to see using the Rainforest Animals List Index , below.


Boa Constrictor. The Boa Constrictor (Boa constrictor) resides in the Rainforests of Belize, Northern Mexico and Argentina in South America. There, it is known as ‘Wowla’ to the natives of Belize. Boa Constrictors can been seen throughout the forest and sometimes in off shore caves.


The undergrowth in some areas of a rainforest can be restricted by poor penetration of sunlight to ground level. If the leaf canopy is destroyed or thinned, the ground beneath is soon colonized by a dense, tangled growth of vines, shrubs and small trees, called a jungle. The term jungle is also sometimes applied to tropical rainforests generally.


Boas are similar to pythons: they both love to climb, swim and suffocate their prey. What separates boas from pythons is their reproductive process. Boas give birth to live young whereas pythons lay eggs. Perhaps the most well-known and feared rainforest boa is the Amazon’s massive green anaconda (Eunectes murinus).


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