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    Quote Originally Posted by Bogertophis View Post
    I think a tree stump isn't quite the same as arboreal- & I can totally see why he loves that- many other snakes would also. Even "ground dwelling" snakes do some climbing. Rosy boas, for example- in nature, they often climb into shrubs, but they're a long way from being "arboreal".



    I never find him on the ground anymore lol. The tree stump is at the highest point in the cage, but yeah, he might not be exactly arboreal. And Thank you.


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    I got two of my Tarahumaras from him. I'm glad he's still around and breeding, he's really nice and his critters are just stellar.
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    During nicer weather I have a "boa tree" in my front yard that is just tall enough where I can grab the upper branches and bend them down to get the snakes out if they don't climb down on their own eventually. I let my smaller snakes play in it. The Taras really love it.
    Nice! I'm really glad he is breeding them still, too. I really wanted a boa but I can't do the larger sized ones. The dwarf species really are just perfect. Their care is so easy and their personalities are fun. I couldn't get another snake until I moved, and the week I moved in I called Stephen to inquire, and his litter had been born the night before. It lined up so perfectly. There aren't a lot of specifics on care guides for Tarahumara but I didn't feel like I needed one since Stephen was able to answer all my questions.

    I can't take mine outside but I recently got a blanket ladder. I'm going to turn it into a climbing space for my ball python and boa.
    Last edited by Trinityblood; 01-21-2024 at 12:58 PM.

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    By the way, one reason snakes of all kinds like to get a little higher vantage point is to easily pounce on clueless prey running right underneath them. It's a pretty effective tactic. In the case of desert rosy boas, it also helps them get off the hot burning sand, but mostly they're crepuscular anyway. (< my $10 word for the day)
    Last edited by Bogertophis; 01-21-2024 at 02:00 PM.
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