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The Round Island Boa
The Round Island Boa is actually not a boa at all. They’re the last surviving snake in a family that diverged from all other snakes more than 65 million years ago (that’s before the dinosaurs mind you!)
Since the extinction of their last family member, the Round Island burrowing boa, the Round island boa is the last snake on earth with polychromatic skin, which means they can change colour. They darken during the day and are lighter at night.
Recent conservation efforts have resulted in a slight increase in the number of adult boas to around 1000 specimens. This has been achieved by moving goats and other mammals from the island and restoring natural habitats.
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