Amazon Basin Emerald Tree Boa for sale
This Captive Bred Basin Is Approximately 20 Inches In Length.
WE HAVE BABY AMAZON BASIN EMERALD TREE BOA #2 FOR SALE. HERE ARE SOME HIGHLIGHTS:
blue emerald tree boa for sale.
- Corallus batesii
- Captive Bred
- Approximately 20 Inches In Length
- Rare Species Of Emerald Tree Boa Known For Having Lots Of Bright White Patterning
- These Get Much Larger Than Normal Emeralds And They’re Highly Sought Out For
- Feeding On Live Fuzzy Mice
- Originating From South America From Southern Parts Of Brazil, Colombia And Venezuela Along The Amazon River
- With Proper Care These Boas Can Live Up To 20 – 30 Years
- Full Grown Adults Can Get As Long As 7 – 9 Feet In Length From Head To Tail
- Highly Desirable Due To Their Large Size For A Tree Boa And Extreme White Patterning
- This Fantastic Snake Has The Largest Teeth Out Of Any Non-venomous Snake Species, That Is Prefect For Piercing Through Feathers
The Emerald Tree Boa is a species of arboreal Boa discovered in 1758 by Carlos Linnaeus. Carlos originally named the emerald tree boa, Corallus Caninus. Corallus, the genus name comes from the coral-like color of this species. Caninus comes from the snake’s head, snout and canine teeth which resemble a dog.
Buy Amazon Basin Emerald Tree Boa #2
There are two types or species of the emerald tree boas, the Surinam, also known as the Guyana Shield Emerald Tree Boa and commonly named the Northern Emerald Tree Boa (Corallus Caninus), and the other is the Amazon Basin Emerald Tree Boa (Corallus Batesii recently distinguished from the Corallus Caninus). These two types of Emerald Tree Boas have distinct differences in their location or geography as well as morphology. You can find Northern Emerald Tree Boa in Northern South America whereas you can find the Amazon Basin Emerald Tree Boa along the Amazon River basin in southern Suriname, southern Venezuela to Colombia, Peru, Brazil, and in the surrounding jungles of the Amazon River.