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 #2307726


Frichard
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 Emerald tree boa

Is a 36x18x36 good for one adult?



07/22/14  01:54pm

 #2307878


Takahiro111
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  Message To: Frichard   In reference to Message Id: 2307726


 Emerald tree boa

An adult should be housed in a minimum of 24x24x48 but bigger is always better.



07/25/14  07:03am

 #2307918


ReptileGOD
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  Message To: Takahiro111   In reference to Message Id: 2307878


 Emerald tree boa

I told him/her that



07/25/14  05:43pm

 #2307921


Takahiro111
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  Message To: ReptileGOD   In reference to Message Id: 2307918


 Emerald tree boa

Oh u did? I didn’t know :/



07/25/14  06:47pm

 #2307924


ReptileGOD
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  Message To: Takahiro111   In reference to Message Id: 2307921


 Emerald tree boa

It’s ok



07/25/14  07:21pm

 #2307925


Takahiro111
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  Message To: ReptileGOD   In reference to Message Id: 2307924


 Emerald tree boa

K :) but aren’t tree boas known to be aggressive?



07/25/14  07:36pm

 #2307926


ReptileGOD
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  Message To: Takahiro111   In reference to Message Id: 2307925


 Emerald tree boa

Really???? They look so calm just coiled around a branch



07/25/14  07:40pm

 #2307927


Takahiro111
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  Message To: ReptileGOD   In reference to Message Id: 2307926


 Emerald tree boa

Tree pythons are more docile than tree boas I’ve heard but every indiviual isn’t gonna have that same personality. But their more of a display animal than a handling one and greentree pythons have fragile spines.



07/25/14  08:12pm

 #2307928


ReptileGOD
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  Message To: Takahiro111   In reference to Message Id: 2307927


 Emerald tree boa

Fragile spines???



07/25/14  08:37pm

 #2307929


Takahiro111
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  Message To: ReptileGOD   In reference to Message Id: 2307928


 Emerald tree boa

Yeah green tree pythons and their spines are fragile. They can easily get injured even when their young their fragile that’s why its important when having them as babies you don’t kink their spine.



07/25/14  09:08pm

 #2307930


ReptileGOD
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  Message To: Takahiro111   In reference to Message Id: 2307929


 Emerald tree boa

I would not have that snake and what makes it so weak



07/25/14  09:28pm

 #2307931


Takahiro111
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  Message To: ReptileGOD   In reference to Message Id: 2307930


 Emerald tree boa

Their not weak its just you have to be careful when holding them. Their pretty strong especially when they strike.



07/25/14  09:33pm

 #2307932


Takahiro111
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  Message To: ReptileGOD   In reference to Message Id: 2307930


 Emerald tree boa

Their not weak its just you have to be careful when holding them. Their pretty strong especially when they strike. But I wouldn’t have this snake either because I heard their bites hurt.



07/25/14  09:34pm

 #2307934


ReptileGOD
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  Message To: Takahiro111   In reference to Message Id: 2307932


 Emerald tree boa

I’m sure look at where they live and I was talking about their spines being weak



07/25/14  09:36pm

 #2307954


Takahiro111
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  Message To: ReptileGOD   In reference to Message Id: 2307934


 Emerald tree boa

Oh lol I think that’s why their more of a display animal.



07/26/14  08:38am

 #2307955


ReptileGOD
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  Message To: Takahiro111   In reference to Message Id: 2307954


 Emerald tree boa

Probably



07/26/14  09:04am

 #2307957


Takahiro111
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  Message To: ReptileGOD   In reference to Message Id: 2307955


 Emerald tree boa

But atleast they got a nice coloration. And if a amazing proper enclosure looked exactly like their habitat in the wild that’ll make a cool display for others to see.



07/26/14  10:03am

 #2307958


ReptileGOD
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  Message To: Takahiro111   In reference to Message Id: 2307957


 Emerald tree boa

I always wanted to see one in real life



07/26/14  10:12am

 #2307959


Takahiro111
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  Message To: ReptileGOD   In reference to Message Id: 2307958


 Emerald tree boa

I seen one in a zoo it was blue and green.



07/26/14  10:35am

 #2307962


ReptileGOD
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  Message To: Takahiro111   In reference to Message Id: 2307959


 Emerald tree boa

Was it big



07/26/14  11:29am

 #2307965


Takahiro111
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  Message To: ReptileGOD   In reference to Message Id: 2307962


 Emerald tree boa

Yea but it kinda creeped me out lol I also saw a gila monster for the first time their cute but fat.



07/26/14  01:45pm

 #2307966


ReptileGOD
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  Message To: Takahiro111   In reference to Message Id: 2307965


 Emerald tree boa

I was a little kid and hunting for lizards to catch and I heard something in the bush behind me and it was Gila monster



07/26/14  01:52pm

 #2307976


Takahiro111
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  Message To: ReptileGOD   In reference to Message Id: 2307966


 Emerald tree boa

Wow that’s cool



07/26/14  08:02pm


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