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    Re: !boa bonanza!

    Nemo and his favorite boa.






    I love this girl.



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    Re: !boa bonanza!

    Casa de Ziggy is packing the heat tonight! Great looking critters, brother! Im biased as a fellow keeper of the species, but that BCO girl is outstanding


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    Re: !boa bonanza!

    Both boas are looking awsome el ziggy, that argie really is amazing, love how dark she's got

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    Re: !boa bonanza!

    Iittle gomez flashing his tail tonight

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    All are looking good!

    Great photos Zig and Richard.

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    Re: !boa bonanza!

    Quote Originally Posted by EL-Ziggy View Post
    Nemo and his favorite boa.






    I love this girl.



    Your snakes are wonderful, but so too is your lucky son (-I assume?) Nemo, in training to be part of the next-generation of snake-keepers. He looks very comfortable too.
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    Gotta Feed The "Nanza"

    Here are a couple photos of Sniper the other day on the rail.

    He's been extremely active in and out of his cage and on this occasion, he used the rail as a treadmill.


    The long tail of a male!


    I don't think he'll equal the length of the Coastal but he's keeping it close and his mass makes him look just as large.


    I'm looking forward to when the painters spruce this rail up at the end of August.

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    Re: Gotta Feed The "Nanza"

    Quote Originally Posted by Gio View Post
    Here are a couple photos of Sniper the other day on the rail.

    He's been extremely active in and out of his cage and on this occasion, he used the rail as a treadmill.


    The long tail of a male!


    I don't think he'll equal the length of the Coastal but he's keeping it close and his mass makes him look just as large.


    I'm looking forward to when the painters spruce this rail up at the end of August.
    Snipers looking fantastic Gio.
    I love his colours and markings and that tail is out this world

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    Re: Gotta Feed The "Nanza"

    Quote Originally Posted by richardhind1972 View Post
    Snipers looking fantastic Gio.
    I love his colours and markings and that tail is out this world

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    Not a "red" tail so much but a neat looking tail without question.

    Gomez has one of those special tails.

    I like when these guys get big though. Something about a lean, muscular, big boa that impresses me more than any other species.

    The shape of most boas with the lateral compression just makes them unique.

    Thanks Richard!

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    Re: !boa bonanza!

    Little Etso my male longicauda shed yesterday and was looking great, I love how dark he is with those awsome almost square/rectangular outlined saddles, he's only about 4ft

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