Boa - Greek
- Greek (culture)
- Reptilian (attribute)
- Rural (attribute)
- Troublesome (behaviour)
A creature that was described in Pliny the Elder’s Historia Naturalis in 77AD. The Boa was a snake that crept up on cows and attached itself to the udders. It would remain there sucking away all the cow’s milk until the cattle was dry or dead.
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