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    Corn island boas

    About a month ago I got a new pair of 100% pure locality boas
    These pair was being co habited and the male has a few scars on his head, but will definitely disappear after a few sheds,
    I had a pair a few years ago and haven't found any since when I saw this pair come up for sale, I soon snatched them up.
    Thes are very active boas and live most of the time on the branches, both are super chilled and change colour like chameleons from a kaki green to a really light grey, here a few pics from the week I got them



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    Re: Corn island boas

    Both have shed in the past few days and are looking great

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    Re: Corn island boas

    Took a great couple pics of the male today
    I fed the female last night so didn't want to disturb her
    You can see why they called fire bellied nics or red nics as the from the corn Islands of the coast of Nicaragua

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    Congrats Richard!

    They look and sound like cool snakes.

    Great pics!
    The one thing I found that you can count on about Balls is that they are consistent about their inconsistentcy.

    1.2 Coastal Carpet Pythons
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    2.0 Common BI Boas, Punch, 2005; Butch, age?
    0.1 Normal Ball Python, Elvira, 2001
    0.1 Olive (Aussie) Python, Olivia, 2017

    Please excuse the spelling in my posts. Auto-Correct is my worst enema.

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    Re: Corn island boas

    Quote Originally Posted by Reinz View Post
    Congrats Richard!

    They look and sound like cool snakes.

    Great pics!
    Thank Reinz, much appreciated

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    Lots of good things happening there, really cool.

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    They're gorgeous. Since they were being co-habbed I'd prepare for babies just in case.

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    Re: Corn island boas

    Quote Originally Posted by bcr229 View Post
    They're gorgeous. Since they were being co-habbed I'd prepare for babies just in case.
    Thanks, There only 2yrs old so I hope not

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    Re: Corn island boas

    Quote Originally Posted by Gio View Post
    Lots of good things happening there, really cool.
    Thanks gio

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    Re: Corn island boas

    Those boas look great! Congrats on the pick up. I've been looking for a pair of corns for a while now with no luck. Glad they're in good hands and no longer being cohabed.

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