The Haitian Boa is a fairly large snake native to the West Indies. While wild-caught specimens are usually moderately aggressive, they can become quite docile with regular handling Unfortunately, it is difficult to feed young captive born Haitian Boas and, as a result, they are not commonly available.
Dumeril's boas (Boa dumerili, formerly Acrantophis dumerili) are a medium sized boid with an average length of 4-6 feet with rare individuals attaining maximum lengths of 7-9 feet. They are a heavy bodied ground dwelling species and can easily weigh up to 20 pounds.
Found in South America in southern Colombia east of the Andes, southern Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname, French Guiana, Amazonian Brazil, Ecuador, Peru, Trinidad & Tobago and Bolivia. The type locality given is "America." Relative Size: Average Arboreal 5 TO 6 Foot range and very slender bodys