Emerald Tree Boa For Sale



                 Emerald Tree Boa For Sale

We have absolutely insane Emerald Tree boa for sale online at the best possible prices here at HOME OF REPTILES your number one reptiles store. These snakes have incredibly crisp coloration, making them some of the most visually impressive reptiles in the world. Babies are a stunning red, and turn green as they mature. When you buy a boa from us, you automatically receive our 100% live arrival guarantee.

The emerald tree boa (Corallus caninus) is a boa specie found in the rainforests of South America. Since 2009 the species Corallus batesii has been distinguished from the emerald tree boa. Like all other boas, it is nonvenomous.

Domin:  Eukaryota

Kingdom: Animalia

Specie: C Caninus

Phylum: Chordata

Class: Reptilia

Order: Squamata

Sub order: Serpentes

Family: Boidae

Genus: Corallus


  • Corallus caninus
  • Field Collected
  • Approximate Sizes Ranging From 3 – 5 Feet In Length
  • Full Grown Adults Can Get As Long As 6 – 7 Feet In Length From Head To Tail
  • Feeding On Live And Frozen/Thawed Adult Mice
  • These Bright Emerald Green Boa Make For Excellent Display Animals
  • This Fantastic Snake Has The Largest Teeth Out Of Any Non-venomous Snake Species, That Is Prefect For Piercing Through Feathers
  • Known for Their Large Teeth, These Can Be Aggressive, So Look Out
  • Originating From South America They Range From Northern Brazil To Colombia
  • With Proper Care These Boas Can Live Up To 15-20 Years

Diet of Emerald Tree Boa Snake

They feed primarily on small mammals, but they  are known to eat some smaller bird species as well as lizards and frogs. Due to the extremely slow metabolism of this species, it feeds much less often than ground dwelling species and meals may be several months apart.

Previously, it had been thought that the primary diet consisted of birds. However, studies of the stomach contents of this species indicate that the majority of its diet consists of small mammals such as rodents and marsupials. Juvenile and neonates have also been known to feed on small lizards and frogs, particularly glass frogs ( Ref: Henderson et al.).

Additional information


Baby Female, Baby Male, Juvenile, Young Adult


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