The largest Madagascar Boa (Acrantophis madagascariensis) - Anja Reserve Madagascar

john  Lenagan

Diamond Creek, Australia

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The largest of the Madagascar boa’s this one was approx 8 feet, can be terrestrial and nocturnal this one was quite active during the afternoon when we found it moving through the under brush and amongst the rock face at Anja Reserve.
Again even though quite a large boa it was not difficult to get close to these snakes although they gliding through with out stopping in low light .

Often take chameleons, smaller mammals and birds however have been known to take lemurs when they come down to the ground.

Canon 5D Mkii ~ 300mm~ f5.60 ~ 1/250sec ~ ISO 1200

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