Somewhat common in Trinidad, these attractive tan snakes are arboreal, reach 2.5 m in length, and are often most active nocturnally. Their eyes shine red in lightshine.
There are venomous snakes, and then there are Bushmasters! Alleged to get as large as 4 meters, with fangs 5 cm long, these snakes are loaded with copious amounts of […]
Poster by Bob Thomas. PDF Download available below.
Poster by Dr. Bob Thomas. PDF Download available below.
Fer-de-lances, also known as yellowjaw tommygoff in Belize, terciopelo in Costa Rica, and mapepire balsain in Trinidad, are normally common where they occur, yet are rarely encountered by humans due […]
An actively hunting Bothrops asper beside a trail in Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary, Belize. Everyone who enters the tropical environs has fears of the unknown, and the biggest fear for […]
Fer-de-lances are the most abundant venomous snake in Central America, and probably also part of South America they inhabit. They are certainly common in Trinidad, where they are called mapepire […]