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    Emerald Tree Boa pics

    Was helping a friend out at a show and decided to shoot a couple pics of the ETB's he had.


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    Re: Emerald Tree Boa pics

    o man I would be so physched If I could get a tree boa but I dont think Ill be ready for that for a while. absolutely beautiful.
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    Re: Emerald Tree Boa pics

    emerald tree boas are probably the most gorgeous snake.

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    Re: Emerald Tree Boa pics

    wow
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    Come here little guy. You're awfully cute and fluffy but unfortunately for you, you're made of meat

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    Re: Emerald Tree Boa pics

    Quote Originally Posted by Beardedragon View Post
    Will he stay red or turn green with age?
    Turn green. You can already see the green coming in.

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    Re: Emerald Tree Boa pics

    I wish my amazon would just turn green like that! I love him to death though. Great looking snake.

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    Re: Emerald Tree Boa pics

    Awesome photo
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    Re: Emerald Tree Boa pics

    wow christmas came early in the etb family

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    Re: Emerald Tree Boa pics

    That is a beauty!!!
    The green is nice too, but it would be awesome if they stayed like that as adults.
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    Re: Emerald Tree Boa pics

    HOT!!!

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