This is a epicrates maurus as known as a Columbian rainbow boa. They are found in the Amazon and are known to be small and about 3 to 5 feet long. The rainbow boa will change colors between night and day. They are non venomous. They only need to eat on small mammals like birds, lizards and rats.
Since today the rainforest is still wet from constant rain, the plant and animals are very strong, rich and vibrant in color. But in the future due to climate change, the rain forest will start to slowly dry up leaving the plants and animals to lose their rich vibrant colors and die off.
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