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Boa Constrictor

The Argentine boa constrictor, a sub-species of boa constrictor, inhabits the Great Chaco region in Paraguay, central Argentina and Bolivia. These snakes can grow to be over 9 feet long. Their dark brown or black coloration with pale gold or white patterns distinguishes them from other boas. The Argentine boa constrictor is the only boa subspecies listed in Appendix I of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora as a critically endangered animal.

Is the Argentine Boa Constrictor Endangered?

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The Boa constrictor is a species of large, heavy-bodied snake. It is a member of the family Boidae found in North, Central, and South America, as well as some islands in the Caribbean

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Diamond, sapphire, black enamel & gold gazelle brooch, by Van Cleef & Arpels, circa 1971 (Hancocks)

Diamond, sapphire, black enamel & gold gazelle brooch, by Van Cleef & Arpels, circa 1971 (Hancocks)

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Mussarana-Clelia clelia Distribution: Central and South America Habitat: Moist forest Length: Up to 8 feet

Kenyan Sand Boa - Eryx colubrinus The sand boas are a group of generally small boids related to the rosy and rubber boas of North America, and together they make up the group (subfamily) called the Erycinae boas. Also named East African Sand Boa, Eryx colubrinus (Boidae), is in build a typical sand boa, but colored orange or yellow with chocolate-brown to black splotches. The belly is white or cream. In the wild, this species ranges through Egypt, Sudan, Ethiopia, Kenya, Libya, Chad…

Kenyan Sand Boa - Eryx colubrinus The sand boas are a group of generally small boids related to the rosy and rubber boas of North America, and together they make up the group (subfamily) called the.

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