He ran, making a wide circle around the constrictor's powerful tail.
This is a large species equal in size to the C. constrictor.
He needed to find the constrictor by the time Relegar started after him.
Her voice, as she spoke to the constrictor this time, was shrill and raucous.
It is a constrictor, without poison fangs, which would cling to the hand or arm as Luke describes.
The constrictor could be worth a lot more than two hundred dollars to him.
They were called in those days bull snakes, and were considered of the constrictor species, but not venomous.
Grant was encouraged by the fact that the constrictor did not appear to be far away.
The ring snake is not a constrictor, yet he thus tied himself round the tree by the coils of his tail.
Some such look I had seen in the eyes of a dove which had been offered up as food for a constrictor.
constrictor con·stric·tor (kən-strĭk'tər)
One that constricts, especially a muscle that contracts or compresses a part or organ of the body.