One thing that distinguishes Hawaii from, say Brazil, is that there aren’t any snakes. At least there aren’t supposed to be.
That’s why farm workers in central Oahu were likely surprised this week when they came across a boa constrictor.
Same goes for an assuming Waikiki tourist who found a garter snake in one of her bags on Wednesday. She turned it in to the hotel’s front desk.
From the Dept. of Ag.:
On Tuesday (7/31), a Central O`ahu farm turned in a dead boa constrictor which measured about six feet in length. Workers