Description: Cuban Boas are the largest species in their genus with adults able to grow up to 13 feet in length. Cuban boas have a light brown to tan body coloration often with darker brown to black markings along their backs.
Range: Cuba, The Bahamas, and smaller surrounding islands
Habitat: Cuban Boas live mostly in the tropical dry forests of Cuba and are often found in holes or rock piles on farmlands. Young Cuban Boas are mainly arboreal or tree dwelling but become mostly terrestrial as they grow into adulthood.
Wild: Small mammals, birds, bats, and lizards
Reproduction: Cuban Boas mate in March thru May and after about 4 months females will give birth to up to 7 live young.