Are there snakes in Jamaica?
Yes. There is the Jamaican yellow boa. Jamaica doesn't have any poisonous snakes though.
At Dolphin Cove Jamaica you can swim, touch, interact with dolphins, sharks, stingrays, we have a touch tank for various things fround in the sea from starfish to eals, We have snakes, iguanas, lizards as well as Birds and a petting zoo. We have a rainforest where you can walk in natural settings and enjoy everything from banana plants to orchids.
YES! I just traveled to Jamaica a few weeks ago, and walking through a forest area in Dolphin Cove discovered enormous red and black spiders. From tip to tip they were probably 4-5 inches. The webs were several feet large. CORRECTION TO THE ABOVE CONTRIBUTION I am from Jamaica and I will tell you honestly that while there are spiders, they are not venomous and will not bite. Jamaica is actually one of the few…
Jamaica Hope, Jamaica Red, Jamaica Brahman, and Jamaica Black. The Jamaica Hope is a dairy breed, small in size and producing an average of 12 litres of milk per day. The Jamaica Red, Jamaica Brahman and Jamaica Black are beef cattle. Dr. Thomas P Lecky was born in Jamaica. He created a new breeds of cattle.