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    Re: What size enclosures should I get??

    Quote Originally Posted by MarkL1561 View Post
    Could be a male... my boa is currently 3’8” and was born July 2018. There is a snake measuring app online that greatly increases the accuracy of measurements too. Put your snake in a tub with a ruler and take a picture directly from above. Then you draw along the spine on the photo after calibrating the distance. It’s pretty nifty, similar to what we use for measuring zooplankton at work. Kinda fun to track their growth imo just thought I’d mention it.
    As for feeding guidelines I really like Jason’s exotic reptiles video on it, it’s what I’ve been following and it’s working great.


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    I found this on the internets..... http://serpwidgets.com/main/measure I believe this is the app??

    On that note..... I looked at the picture I posted, from my couch... took a tape measure and measured from where Cheyenne's head is and tried to measure across where she was laying to her tail area, If that worked correctly, she is a little over 4' not 3' as I stated.
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    Re: What size enclosures should I get??

    Yep thatís it. Take a picture of the snake next to the ruler/tape measure otherwise it wonít be accurate. Make sure itís from directly above. If you have a bin it makes it easier.


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