Madagascar tree boa
The Madagascar tree boa, also known as Sanzinia madagascariensis, is a species of non-venomous snake found only in Madagascar. It is known for its slender body, long tail, and vibrant colors, which can range from green to reddish-brown. These boas are arboreal, meaning they spend most of their time in trees. They are primarily nocturnal hunters, feeding on small mammals and birds. Despite their name, they are not true boas but belong to their own unique genus. Due to habitat loss and collection for the pet trade, the Madagascar tree boa is considered vulnerable to extinction.