Rainbow boa (Epicrates cenchria)
Tena, Amazon rain forest, ECUADOR, South America
All rainbow boas have dazzling irridescence of their skin.
Found in forests, woodlands and savannahs adjact to forests.
Non-venemous snake. They eat small mammals and birds and juveniles eat frogs. Very strong constrictors and reach to a length of about 2 meters. They give birth to live young. Geographic Range: S. Venezuela, Guyana so Suriname through Amazon Basin of Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia and Brazil.