Madagascar ground boa

The Madagascar ground boa is classified as Vulnerable (VU), considered to be facing a high risk of extinction in the wild.

Madagascar ground boa (Acrantophis madagascariensis) = Species information - * Facts & Status * Description * Range & Habitat More

The Fort Worth Zoo Madagascar Ground Boa is on display in the exit hallway of the exhibit. The newborn Madagascar is also on display in the new arrivals display case. More

Native to the Island of Madagascar, the Madagascar Ground Boa is a non-venomous snake of the boa species. The snake, also known as Boa Madagascariensis scientifically, has no subspecies. Its common names are Malagasy Ground Boa and Madagascar Ground Boa. More

dussumieri, Madagascar ground boa Acrantophis madagascariensis, and Madagascar tree boa Sanzinia madagascariensis are some of the endangered boas; many others are vulnerable. Fun facts • Boa "a large serpent” in Latin. More

Bai Yun with food puzzle Madagascar ground boas have beautifully patterned skin that gives them great camouflage in the leaf litter of their rain forest home. Bai Yun with new born Mei Sheng Zoo educators enjoy showing off Manja to visitors and school groups. More

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Madagascar Ground Boa Acrantophis madagascariensis The madagascar ground boa is from Southwestern Madagascar. The Dumeril's boas are listed as 'vulnerable' by the IUCN, and listed in the Appendix I on CITES, which puts strict limits on its exportation from Madagascar. More

Madagascar Ground Boa Acrantophis madagascriensis * Male * Id# mad07m2 * Born 7-11-07 * Prey: live hopper rats More

Madagascar ground boa (Acrantophis madagascariens) - This beautifully patterned boa constrictor is Madagascar's largest snake (4). More

higher for Madagascar ground boas but Dumeril's of which many are found in the dry Spiny Desert have to contend with drought like conditions for many months of the year and do not need free standing water constantly in their enclosures. More

Madagascar Ground Boa (Acrantophis madagascariensis) These thick, heavy snakes inhabit the leaf litter on the forest floor, where they are very difficult to see in the dappled sunlight. More

Very beautiful Madagascar ground boa you have there. I have wanted to get some of these guys ever since I have seen them in person years ago. More

Extreme Close-up of the Skin of a Madagascar Ground Boa (Acrantophis Madagascariensis) = Caption: Studio, Centurion, Pretoria, Gauteng Province, South Africa Creative image #: 71104955 License type: Royalty-free More

Common names

Boa de madagascar in French - français
Boa de madagascar meridional in Spanish - español
Boa des savanes de madagascar in French - français
Madagascar Boa in English - English
Madagascar ground boa in English - English
Malagasy ground boa in English - English
nordliche Madagaskarboa in German - Deutsch

Order : Squamata
Family : Boidae
Genus : Acrantophis
Species : Acrantophis madagascariensis
Authority : DUM