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    Glad you tamed the storm!

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    Re: A tale of two boas.

    Two stunners there el Ziggy, glad the argie is settling down for you

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    Re: A tale of two boas.

    Just lounging around the house today. Changed everybody's water and snapped a couple of quick shots of the boas. They're growing slowly but surely.



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    Looks good Ziggy, Xena is a stunner!

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    Re: A tale of two boas.

    Quote Originally Posted by EL-Ziggy View Post
    Just lounging around the house today. Changed everybody's water and snapped a couple of quick shots of the boas. They're growing slowly but surely.



    Slowly but surely is "surely" the way to do it with Boas El-Ziggy.

    Nice work with feeding and they are looking very good!

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    Re: A tale of two boas.

    Looking really great el Ziggy, you can tell motley is growing, that argie is so cool

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    Re: A tale of two boas.

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    Slowly but surely is "surely" the way to do it with Boas El-Ziggy.

    Nice work with feeding and they are looking very good!
    Thanks Dave. I'd say the less frequent feedings and slower growth rates are the biggest differences I've had to adjust to compared to my pythons and colubrids. I knew I'd have to be conscious and disciplined to slow down on their food. Patience is a virtue right?
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