Scientific Name: Corallus annulatus
Found In: Central and South America/Rain forests with a source of fresh water
Size: Adults average between 5 and 6 feet in length.
Diet: Carnivore. Diet consists of small birds, bats, and rodents.
Threat Level: Least Concern. Habitat loss and the exotic pet trade are the major threats to this species, but it supports an overall stable population.
Facts: This species of snake is viviparous, meaning it gives birth to live young.