Description: Amazon tree boas are an arboreal snake species with slender bodies and a broad, well defined head. They exhibit a wide range of colors ranging from bright yellows and reds to more dull grays and browns.
Range: Northern South America stretching from Peru to eastern Brazil
Habitat: These boas are found in tropical to dry forests and grasslands.
Wild: Mammals and birds
Reproduction: Amazon tree boas are viviparous (live-bearing) snakes that give birth to 8-20 neonates (baby snakes).
Reference: O’Shea, Mark. Boas and Pythons of the World. Ed. Jo Hemmings. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2007. Print.