Mexican Rosy Boa - New Mexico and Mexico
Charina [Lichanura] trivirgata trivirgata
RECOMMENDED FOR AUDIENCES:
1 - 100 YEARS OLD
Their diet consists of small rodents, lizards and birds.
After hibernating for the winter, Rosy Boa’s generally mate in Spring and give birth to 5-6 live young in the Fall.
Rosy Boa’s head and tail look similar so that they can use their tail as a decoy for predators. When the predator comes after what they believe is the snakes head, they make their getaway.