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    Re: Jeff Shemesh - VPI T+ Sunglow Motley Jungle het Anery

    Looking great dave, I love the motley head stamp, what amazing eye's he has, cool. Pics

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    Re: Jeff Shemesh - VPI T+ Sunglow Motley Jungle het Anery

    Jeff looking good. Cool how he "glows" differently in different lighting.


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    Re: Jeff Shemesh - VPI T+ Sunglow Motley Jungle het Anery

    Jeff is looking amazing.


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    Re: Jeff Shemesh - VPI T+ Sunglow Motley Jungle het Anery

    I couldn't help sharing a few more pics of Jeff, my chill and handsome boy.

    He eats tonight, so no picture opportunities for a few days.


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    Looks great, and I dig the name Jeff.

    My best friend since 5 years old has the name Jeff.

    Gotta like a Jeff!

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    Re: Jeff Shemesh - VPI T+ Sunglow Motley Jungle het Anery

    Quote Originally Posted by Gio View Post
    Looks great, and I dig the name Jeff.

    My best friend since 5 years old has the name Jeff.

    Gotta like a Jeff!
    Thanks Gio.

    Yeah, love the name too. I cannot state enough how chill this guy is, especially for such a young animal. Still devours his food, but his demeanor when out is incredible.

    My best friend Jeff has been my BF since 7th grade.

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    Re: Jeff Shemesh - VPI T+ Sunglow Motley Jungle het Anery

    Quote Originally Posted by dakski View Post
    Thanks Gio.

    Yeah, love the name too. I cannot state enough how chill this guy is, especially for such a young animal. Still devours his food, but his demeanor when out is incredible.

    My best friend Jeff has been my BF since 7th grade.
    That's the thing about boas that is so attractive.. They have huge food drive, but unlike retics, they don't see you as a mortal enemy or food every other day. That doesn't apply to all retics. I love them, just not in my home any longer.

    A boa is almost always ready to eat, and most are wonderful to handle.

    Heavy, thick and long, yet lean.

    They are the perfect "impressive" snake IMO.

    Don't even get me started when it comes to the lateral compression of their bodies. That loaf shape is by far the most unique part of a healthy boa constrictor I love it.

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    Re: Jeff Shemesh - VPI T+ Sunglow Motley Jungle het Anery

    He's looking good!!

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    Re: Jeff Shemesh - VPI T+ Sunglow Motley Jungle het Anery

    Quote Originally Posted by Gio View Post
    That's the thing about boas that is so attractive.. They have huge food drive, but unlike retics, they don't see you as a mortal enemy or food every other day. That doesn't apply to all retics. I love them, just not in my home any longer.

    A boa is almost always ready to eat, and most are wonderful to handle.

    Heavy, thick and long, yet lean.

    They are the perfect "impressive" snake IMO.

    Don't even get me started when it comes to the lateral compression of their bodies. That loaf shape is by far the most unique part of a healthy boa constrictor I love it.
    Yeah, I am totally a Boa "Convert." Never thought I'd keep a boa because of their ultimately "large" size as adults. However, one male BI, one Male dwarf BC, and one female BI later, and it won't be that bad . Behira, the female BI will be pretty big, the others, not too bad.

    Love their personalities, but they are all different. Feliz (BC) is a total "runner." He's active when out, climbing, exploring, etc. Jeff is inquisitive, but so far, likes to just chilling on me. Behira is in between.

    I had to realize how gentle these giants are first hand and now three later, well, I am hooked. I am also full up, but happy with the boas I have.

    I did have to get a little used to the feeding response, but that's been adjusted to at this point.

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    Re: Jeff Shemesh - VPI T+ Sunglow Motley Jungle het Anery

    Jeff looking good! Katie says it looks like someone hi-lighted Jeff with yellow hi-lighter.

    Last edited by dakski; 03-25-2020 at 05:28 PM.

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