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 #755917


The reptic man
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 Breeding

hi i was thinking of breeding my
female boa and when she gives
birth to the baibes what should
do until i find home. i mean should
i let them be with the mom or should
i put them allin a differt cage or should
i put each of them in their own cage?



04/24/06  02:04pm

 #756471


Florida boy
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  Message To: The reptic man   In reference to Message Id: 755917


 Breeding

They should be removed from the mother with in the day. There is no care for the mother to give and some would most likely be killed under her or something. Each in there own cage is the best. Max of two per if absolutly nessecary.



04/24/06  07:22pm

 #779686


Deedle
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  Message To: Florida boy   In reference to Message Id: 756471


 Breeding

Incubators

simple as said i know this is an older post, read about incubating, detemermine which incubator fits your needs then go foward.



05/10/06  11:46am

 #780382


Florida boy
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  Message To: Deedle   In reference to Message Id: 779686


 Breeding

Um... Boas donít lay eggs. So no incubators. Live birth. IF you didnít know this you may want to start doing some research.



05/10/06  07:05pm

 #780852


ES_Tropicals
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  Message To: Florida boy   In reference to Message Id: 780382


 Breeding

No technical incubators besides the mother herself..separate containers for each baby..get them through their first sheds, and feeding...and then you can move them out..donít ever wanna leave babies in with mom..as said they donít really do after care for their babies, and babies can typically easily be crushed by mom.

-Amelia
ES Tropicals



05/10/06  11:11pm


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