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    Re: Nicaraguan boas

    Thanks everyone, yes she so iridescent even tho she is in deep shed

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    Re: Nicaraguan boas

    Well my red nic shed last night and wanted to come out when I opened the glass she’s like two different snakes in her light phase nice and grey in her top half and so much colour on her tail end did da little video at the top of stairs on a ladder, she’s super chilled
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    Re: Nicaraguan boas

    Wow Rich. So beautiful. That tail is incredible. Love the deep red/maroon color of it. Amazing the different colors she has on her and the changes throughout her body. Tan/grayish head all the way to that deep red tail. WOW. Stunning.

    The video is cool. She is very chill, as you said. Awesome animal.

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    Re: Nicaraguan boas

    Thanks Dave,yes the corn islands are pretty unique,got a longer head too like the sabage ,her colour change is unbelievable ,think she was a chameleon in her past life,she’s a pig with her food, she’s about the only one normally I have to still stroke a couple of times with the hook as she thinks she’s getting food all the time,even Medusa I can just lift out now,good job really as she’s put a fair bit of growth on, but last night she came straight out into my hand as I was trying to take some pics of her in her fresh skin, at least as she came out I could unravel her skin from her log,I had been defrosting Gomez little rat fluff so she must of smelt that, but he soon ate that anyway and was nothing left in the room


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    Looking great.

    I love your animals.

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    Re: Nicaraguan boas

    Took a few pics of my fire bellied nic tonight,she’s in her dark phase and can hardly see her head spear but her tail is on fire tonight



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    Re: Nicaraguan boas

    Wow! Gorgeous color!
    Duncan - 1992 0.1 Colombian redtail;
    Hudson - 1988 1.0 Colombian rainbow;
    Yang - 2002 1.0 Corn snake;
    Merlin - 2000 1.0 Solomon Island ground boa;
    Eli - 1990 1.0 Normal ball python;
    Buttercup - 2015 1.0 Albino ball python;
    Artemis - 2015 0.1 Dragonfly ball python;
    Orion - 2015 1.0 Banana Pinstripe ball python;
    Button - 2018 1.0 Blue Eyed Lucy ball python;
    Piper - 2018 0.1 Piebald ball python;
    Belle - 2018 0.1 Lemonblast ball python;
    Sabrina - 2017 0.1 Mojave ball python;
    Selene - 2017 0.1 Banana Mojave ball python;
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    Gorgeous boas Richard. Your collection is impressive!

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    Re: Nicaraguan boas

    Thanks Diane and Cletus, she's pretty special that's for sure

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