Boa Constrictor hour 4 HP
<div>Energy-The boa constrictor wraps its body around its prey and squeezes its prey so it will suffocate. After its prey has died, the boa eats it. The food a boa constrictor eats is anywhere from small mammals to birds.</div>
<div><span style="font-size:16px;">Reproduction-Female bo a constrictors do not lay eggs but give birth to live babies. She can give birth to up to 60 babies. The babies are 2 feet long when born.</span></div><div><br></div> Learn how this distinctively patterned snake uses its wide jaws, hooked teeth, and muscular body to swallow prey as large as wild pig whole!
<div><span style="font-size:16px;">Growth- The boa constrictors are very large snakes even when they are born. When they are born, they tend to be about 2 feet long. Over their lifespan, they will grow to be about 13 feet long.</span></div><div><br></div> Filmed by London Fieldworks during a British Council Artist Links residency in the Atlantic Rainforest, Brazil while walking the REGUA ecological reserve Brown Trail…
<div>Homeostasis-Boa constrictors live in a warm habitat so they like warm temperatures. When it gets cold, they go to places to get warm like a basking spot.</div>
<div>Stimuli- When a boa constrictor is threatened by opponents, it most likely will not leave but stay and fight. When in a fight, it will try to wrap itself around the predator and squeeze.</div>
<div>Cells- The boa constrictor consists of pretty much the same organs and systems as humans do. There are also many different organs such as the venom duct. Snakes also have nervous systems like we do.</div>

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