BIMINI ISLAND GROUND BOA
Tropiodophis canus curtis
The Bimini Island Ground Boas, or Bahamian Dwarf Boas, are a relatively small species of wood boa, growing to about 38 cm (15 in) long. Their back consists of dark brown blotches among lighter shades of brown. They use their yellow tails to attract prey, such as lizards and frogs. They constrict their prey before swallowing it whole.