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    Re: Denton line longicauda progression

    Somebody's feeling fresh after his "spa night."

    Whatever that odd puffiness was has gone away, much to my relief. No vet trip necessary. While I'm still not sure what brought him under the weather, my guess is that he had the boa equivalent of a sore throat and a bit of a chill from his out-of-enclosure activities the other day. I'll be limiting his excursion time for a while and keeping him in the "spa" for a few days to make sure he's over what he had. Thankfully, it seems to have only been something minor.

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    1.0 Boa imperator longicauda: "Kuzco" ('19 het. anery)

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    Re: Denton line longicauda progression

    Really glad he's OK, he's looking great, his blacks are starting to pop now

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