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May 1, 2021

[Answer] Which is the only species of boa native to Canada?

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...1. Anaconda 2. Red-tailed boa 3. Rosy boa 4. Rubber boa




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Rubber boa - The northern rubber boa (Charina bottae) is the only species of boa that is indigenous to Canada. Brown and rubbery in appearance (as its name suggests), it’s often found in southern British Columbia, near the border with the United States. The species is also native to parts of the U.S., as is the rosy boa (Lichanura trivirgata). The rest of the true boas (snakes in the Boidae family) are restricted to more tropical locations. Northern rubber boa snakes are placid and non-aggressive, preferring to coil up into a defensive posture rather than attack any potential threats. Though their relatives favor the heat, intrepid rubber boas have been found making their way through the snow in some regions.:


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