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    I have a few questions about my new snake on the way. i have been reading up on BCI and basically everything is the same as a setup for a BP, right? I have two BP and everything from the humidity to the temps should stay the same, except for the tank size, right? I decided to make the jump from BP to Boas when I laid eyes on her. What do you thing??? She is a looker, but I don't know what to nme her.


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    NEW BCI

    She is gorgeous!!! Makes me want one.
    1.0 Ball Python, Norbert
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    1.0 Brazilian Rainbow Boa, Peeves

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    Just add some branches perhaps...
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    Yes, make sure there's some climbing branches or something. Unlike bp's, boa's are known to climb from time to time. Also make sure they have a nice sized waterbowl for bathing. Again, unlike bp's, boa's tend to enjoy a swim.
    2.0 python regius - Ace(pastel) and Pelota(cross-dresser )

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    Her face is very unusual and reminds me of a pierrot clown, so I would probably name her something like Pierrot or Pierrette. Very nice!
    3.1.1 BP (Snyder, Hanover, Bo Peep, Sir NAITF, Eve), 1.2.3 Rhacodactylus ciliatus (Sandiego, Carmen, Scooby, Camo, BABIES ), 1.0 Chow (Buddha), 0.2 cats (Jezebel, PCBH "Nanners"), 0.3 humans
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    I had to pay a little bit more for her, but I think that it was worht it. But shipping kills you.

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    One more thing. When you have a 7 foot snake in a 5x2x2 tank. How do they climb??

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    She is pretty!
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    Hey Tony, How old is she and how long is she? What r u feeding her, or what has she been eating prior to you getting her?
    *Jeanne*

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    shes beutiful. good luck with her.
    hey
    i wanted to no if any one new if a king snake or a milksnake was a better pet. im not looking for anything to huge so i was just wondering.

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