The Emerald Tree Boa
The Emerald tree boa AKA Coralles caninus is a green snake with white bands. It spends most of its time folded up in the trees sleeping. It eats rodents and small birds, after a big meal it rests for weeks they are about 2.2 meters and their young are about one foot long. Their young are dark brown also with white bands. They have a forked tough that sense odors. They also have heat sensors under the upper lip these help the snake locate warm blooded animals in the dark or in the day. It only has one predator and it’s actually a bird called the Bird of Pre. Emerald Tree Boas can be kept as pets to. They are non venomous snakes who bite their pre and squeeze it to death then eat it. The Emerald Tree Boa lives for 15 to 20 years and spends about 70% of that time sleeping and the rest eating, changing locations or mating.
The Gaboon Viper.
The Gaboon Viper is another snake in the rain forest it grows 4 to 6 feet long and is a master in disguise because its head is as big as a leaf and colored as a dead leaf and its body has a design to look as leaves overlap. It is cold blooded that’s its body temp is the same as the temp outside. It feeds on rodents and small birds and sometimes on frogs. Its only predator is the bird of pre. It spends most of its time on the forest floor looking for food and sometimes water which is easy to find in the in the rainy season.
The Red Eyed Tree Frog
The Red Eyed Tree Frog is a small frog that lives in the rainforests of southern Mexico and central South America. It grows from 2 to 4 centimeters long and eats mostly insects and crickets. It lives in ponds, streams, rivers and lakes of the rainforest. When the Tree Frog sleeps it hides its bright toes and eyes, when predators are chasing it, the bright colors confuse the animal trying to get it. The Red Eyed Tree Frog, like all other frogs, is born a tadpole and grows up to be a frog. One of its predators is the Gaboon Viper.