Caribbean Crowing Snake is an unknown Snake of the West Indies (Eastern portion of Jamaica; Haiti.). Length, 4 feet. Thick body. Dull ochre color with dark spots. Pale red pyramidal crest like a rooster. Scarlet wattles. Crows like a rooster. Eats poultry.
Significant sightings Edit
In 1829, a medical doctor saw a crested snake, dead and slightly decomposed, in Jamaica.
A snake with wattles was shot in Jamaica on March 30, 1850, by the son of Jasper Cargill.
Possible explanation Edit
Vocalizing snakes are not unknown. See Crowing Crested Cobra.