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Old 01-10-2012, 05:28 PM   #21 
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Old 01-10-2012, 06:22 PM   #22 
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OMG soo pretty 0-0 boa's are actually the most nicest snakes in the world ;) how old are they ?

also hunter was actually a huntress XD
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Old 01-10-2012, 07:07 PM   #23 
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Nagini the boa is 13 months old. :) Maru the ball python is 3 years old!
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Old 01-10-2012, 08:08 PM   #24 
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Wow So pretty

The shelter by me has so many snakes in
Including A boa and a ball python that came in together, and are best of buds
The boa is 14 feet and is still growing
and i dont know about the ball but i know its full size
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pretty big 0-0 and pretty
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Old 01-12-2012, 04:23 PM   #26 
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14 feet? That's incredibly large for a boa. That's like a 10 foot human! Think you could get a picture? It could be a true redtail, which would be incredible. They do get larger, but usually not that large.
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14 feet? That's incredibly large for a boa. That's like a 10 foot human! Think you could get a picture? It could be a true redtail, which would be incredible. They do get larger, but usually not that large.
He's always in his tank when i go over there so he isnt all streched out. So the picture would just be oh him in his tank. And i wouldnt be able to get the picture any time soon. Like it'd be months from now if i could
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Old 01-12-2012, 05:10 PM   #28 
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That's definitely fine if he is in the tank. All I would need to see is the saddles (the dark markings on the back)

But that's okay, you don't have to! :D It's just a..uniquely long boa. Sounds more like a burm, lol!
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is he a redtail? it looks like that to me :P he is such a cutie though :3 your camera is soo clear 0-0 i want it for taking photo's of my fish and melissa
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Mine is not a 'true red tail', but is actually a 'common boa'.. They live in different areas, get around the same size, but commons are a bit smaller and more docile. I expect her to top off somewhere between 7-9 feet! A true red tail boa female would maybe get 9-11 feet on average.
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