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    Red Pastel Hypo boa

    This is my red Pastel Hypo femal boa, she was two in September 2017, don’t think she is going to be very big but slow grown is much better in
    My eyes, she’s on small rats now and slowly growing?, but is proper
    Chilled out, she should make some some stunning babies with my albino jungle, her parents was red Pastel jungle and her father was a Kahl sunglow so should make some great babies
    This was when I first got her , she was really small for a one year old and she shed last night, I love her tail colour this a little video I took a few months ago when it was warm outside https://youtu.be/FXPHOIBVoM8


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    Re: Red Pastel Hypo boa

    Very nice pictures of a beautiful healthy snake. I commend you for feeding wisely and responsibly for the health of your snake.
    Ball Pythons are for reptile lovers. Giant Pythons are for snake lovers.

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    Re: Red Pastel Hypo boa

    Thanks momokahn, I don’t believe in over feeding at all, much rather slow grow them, when I got my albino jungle last April,they was feeding him xl rats every fortnight ,way too much in my eyes even tho he is 7ft , since I’ve had him I’ve spaced his feeds out to 3/4 weeks and he is slowly looking better


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    Re: Red Pastel Hypo boa

    My red Pastel Hypo boa “Aurora “ was looking for food tonight as I was defrosting some for the others in the room, she’s so greedy she’s not due till next week


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    Re: Red Pastel Hypo boa

    It was actually light when I came from work tonight and my Hypo red Pastel 100% het Kahl was looking really red tonight,she sometimes reminds of a blood boa when she’s that red,she is really filling now


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    Re: Red Pastel Hypo boa

    Managed to get a few outdoor pics of my red pastels tail which was looking really bright


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    Outrageous!!!

    Looks like a stinkin piece of candy!!! WOW

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    She's looking amazing!!
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    Re: Red Pastel Hypo boa

    Thanks phillydubs and Annie, I’m really pleased how well she has kept her colour


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    Love the pictures, the tail is incredible. Very nice looker you got there!

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