Some keepers from 2011 breeding season

Re: Some keepers from 2011 breeding season

Postby Bushviper » Mon Jun 03, 2013 8:50 am

The patterns and colouration makes no difference to the size the snakes will become. Some variations like the motleys and T+ albinos will always be smaller because they originate from Central America which are a smaller "race" of boas. Nicaraguan T+ albinos are tiny by comparison to what we normally see and babies eat large pinks as their first meals. Hog Island boas are also a dwarf race and the adults dont usually get much bigger than 1.4 metres.
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