Emerald Tree Boa Photos, Corralus caninus


Photos of Corralus caninus, Emerald tree boa

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Emerald tree boa.  Emerald tree boas are nocturnal, finding and striking birds and small mammals in complete darkness.  They have infrared heat receptors around their faces that allow them to locate warm blooded prey in the dark, sensitive to as little as 0.4 degrees of Fahrenheit temperature differences, Corralus caninus Emerald tree boa.  Emerald tree boas are nocturnal, finding and striking birds and small mammals in complete darkness.  They have infrared heat receptors around their faces that allow them to locate warm blooded prey in the dark, sensitive to as little as 0.4 degrees of Fahrenheit temperature differences, Corralus caninus
Emerald tree boa. Emerald tree boas are nocturnal, finding and striking birds and small mammals in complete darkness. They have infrared heat receptors around their faces that allow them to locate warm blooded prey in the dark, sensitive to as little as 0.4 degrees of Fahrenheit temperature differences. Emerald tree boa, Corralus caninus Photo.
Image ID: 13965  
Species: Emerald tree boa, Corralus caninus
 
Emerald tree boa. Emerald tree boas are nocturnal, finding and striking birds and small mammals in complete darkness. They have infrared heat receptors around their faces that allow them to locate warm blooded prey in the dark, sensitive to as little as 0.4 degrees of Fahrenheit temperature differences. Emerald tree boa, Corralus caninus Picture.
Image ID: 13966  
Species: Emerald tree boa, Corralus caninus
 

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Updated: October 21, 2017

Species permalink: Corralus caninus
Common name permalink: Emerald tree boa