Archive for the 'Boas ' Category

Dwarf Boa Care and Breeding

                                     Small but Impressive, Keeping Dwarf Boas                                ...

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How Big do Pythons and Boas Really Get ?

Green Anaconda There has been reports of Green Anacondas reaching 18.9m long this snake was shot by a British colonel in Brazil in 1907. This snake would have been unable to support its own weight on land and was therefore...

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Boa Constrictor Basic Info

Below is a basic list of Boa Constrictor info. Size Adult Boa Constrictors can reach 2.5m-3m in length and are very bulky Longevity Boa Constrictors can live up to 25 -30 years in captivity Growth Rate Boa Constrictors grow very...

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Will My Boa Constrictor Eat Pre-Killed Rats?

The answer is yes your Boa Constrictor will eat pre-killed rats without any problems. I recently got a Boa Constrictor that had been fed live rats his whole life. I was worried that he would not eat pre-killed rats and...

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List of Boa Constrictor Subspecies

There are several subspecies of Boa Constrictor differentiated on markings and geographical location .Some Boa Constrictors on the market may be hybrids between two different subspecies. List of Commonly Available Boa Constrictor Subspecies Red Tailed Boas ( Boa constrictor constrictor) This...

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Kenyan Sand Boa Care

Description Kenyan Sand Boas are small burrowing snakes that makes a good pets. Adult female Kenyan Sand Boas reach a maximum adult size of 60cm in length. Adult males are considerably shorter and more slightly built than females. Kenyan Sand...

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How to Recognise Mites in Boa Constrictors

Below is how to recognise mites in Boa Constrictors Exessive Soaking If your Boa Constrictor spends a lot of time in its water bowl it may have mites. If you see small black flecks in the water bowl, these are...

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How to Heat your Boas

Below is a list of ways to heat your boa Large Boas Large boa species include: Red Tailed Boas,Common Boas, Madagascan Ground Boas and Dumeril’s Boa. These snakes all come from tropical regions of the world and do not hibernate...

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Boa Constrictor Care

Types of Boa Constrictors Boa Constrictors can be found in South and Central America with a range that begins in  Mexico and ends in Argentina. Dwarf Boa Constrictors can be found on islands off the coast of South America. Boas...

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