The legume forest in the arroyo on the north side of Graffiti Hill on the U.S. Naval Station, Guantánamo Bay, Cuba is an anole-rich environment, including Anolis smallwoodi. But it is also has high densities of the Cuban boa, Epicrates angulifer. Smaller Cuban boas can often be seen in the canopy, looking for- smallwoodi? While radio-tracking Cuban boas in the aforementioned arroyo I came upon the entwined skeletons of a juvenile Cuban boa and an Anolis smallwoodi, the result of an encounter that was lethal for both participants.