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    Re: leopard boas

    Quote Originally Posted by Gio View Post
    How many boas do you have in your entire collection?

    You seem to have a wide variety of locales.
    Think it's around 20 with babies

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    Re: leopard boas

    Quote Originally Posted by richardhind1972 View Post
    Think it's around 20 with babies

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    You are the man!

    I'd love to see some BCC (BC) pictures again when you have time.

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    Re: leopard boas

    https://youtu.be/7qxor2YrAnU
    Took a little video of my male mandarin belly jungle leopard, he was so red today

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    Nice vids Rich. That Red Pastel is stunning!! I subscribed. Hope to see more of your collection!

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    Re: leopard boas

    Quote Originally Posted by cletus View Post
    Nice vids Rich. That Red Pastel is stunning!! I subscribed. Hope to see more of your collection!
    Thanks cletus

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    Re: leopard boas

    Quote Originally Posted by richardhind1972 View Post
    https://youtu.be/7qxor2YrAnU
    Took a little video of my male mandarin belly jungle leopard, he was so red today

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    He's looking just marvelous! I think Leopard brings to the table a different type of red compared to Bloods, and your boy is showing it off spectacularly.
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    Re: leopard boas

    Quote Originally Posted by RedRabbit View Post
    He's looking just marvelous! I think Leopard brings to the table a different type of red compared to Bloods, and your boy is showing it off spectacularly.
    Thanks RedRabbit , yes it's a crazy red that's for sure, I love leopards too

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    Re: leopard boas

    As we're on lock down for at least 3 weeks, the sun was actually quite pleasant today in the uk.
    I grabbed a couple of pics of my little male mandarin belly leopard, his reds really cool in the natural light


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    Re: leopard boas

    Quote Originally Posted by richardhind1972 View Post
    As we're on lock down for at least 3 weeks, the sun was actually quite pleasant today in the uk.
    I grabbed a couple of pics of my little male mandarin belly leopard, his reds really cool in the natural light


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    I love the pictures and the boas.

    I actually really like the foliage in the background. It looks like you have palm trees there, or at least something that looks much more tropical than what's in my neck of the woods.

    Nice Richard!

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    Re: leopard boas

    Quote Originally Posted by Gio View Post
    I love the pictures and the boas.

    I actually really like the foliage in the background. It looks like you have palm trees there, or at least something that looks much more tropical than what's in my neck of the woods.

    Nice Richard!
    Thanks gio, he looked great in the sun, first nice warm day
    Yes I have Hardy palms, trachycarpus they easily take - 15c, and reminds of being in a warmer country when i sit out there.
    Think I was borne on the wrong continent

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