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    new girl in today, owner moving, looking good thus far. Blood work and fecal results soon



    Sorry for bad shots, she was still in her transport tank while I was photographing her, I'll get better pics after a few days
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    newest rescue boa (and it has a tail!!)

    Very nice lookin' girl. How big is she?

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    Guesstimate: 6.5 ft.
    She is going to the dvm tommarow, so we'll get a more exact lenth and weight, I wanted to let her be for tonight since there are no sighns of distress or health issues, I'll just let her acclimate. But she is very sweet!
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    she's adorable rusty!

    Lucky you.... ;P

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    she is doing well, got some shotgun worm treatments, but is great none the less.
    Eating well, and not skiddish at all. She will probably be doing our educational shows as "stumpy" is a bit more head shy.
    Just thought I'd update
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