What type of snake?

Adrian

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Anyone know what type of snake this is? I have only seen much smaller black snakes here.

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Fulano2

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Must be this one.
We had one similar in our patio two years ago, killed by our two schnauzers about a meter and a half long.
I try to find the picture my wife took.
 
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Fulano2

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Yes even a touch of green. My Wife ‘s cousin used to climb coconut trees before his motorcycicle accidents found one on top of a tree, almost fel because of the shock.

 

Fulano2

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Forget it, they are chopped in pieces when found. I agree. You can’t have this around the house.
 

Manuel01

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no kill it. belong here. No invasive. Kills mice rats no harm people.
thats what they said about the bullfrog in Australia LOL Also.... my friend had one like this. eats hardly one rat a month. Useless animal. KILL IT !!!!!
 
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NALs

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Is that another species that in this case should be renamed “Dominican Boa” (if it became extinct in Haiti)?

Quite a few species habitats was islandwide and now are limited to the DR.
 

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Don't kill it! They do so much good for the environment. We live in an area in Cabarete where we have lots of big trees and they are always in our garden. One of our cats has brought a few small ones into the house and scared the crap out of my wife, to the point where she runs out of the house and won't go back in until it has been removed:ROFLMAO: However, she does not want them killed...not even the cat kills them, just brings them in alive and leaves them as a gift!
 
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