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Filthy lizard
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 Amazon Tree Boa question

I have been informed that while you can put Ball Pyhthons toghether in the same cage for breeding purposes, you cannot house them togethers permanetly, as one may eat the other. I was wondering if the same is for true Amazon Tree Boas? So my question is can two Amazon tree Boas be housed together permenetly without conflict, or would this be a problem? Thanks.



06/13/12  07:02pm

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Chameleon_man
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  Message To: Filthy lizard   In reference to Message Id: 2269933


 Amazon Tree Boa question

there is always a possibility that something could happen. I used to keep my ball and corns together for a long long time but ONLY if they are the same sex. I just split mine up a while ago when i got a free rack system to house them in.



06/16/12  11:06am

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Sandboaking
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  Message To: Chameleon_man   In reference to Message Id: 2270194


 Amazon Tree Boa question

Really, it’s up to you. All snakes can be kept together, however any snake can be a cannibal. I personally house each snake separately, but not until recently. It was just too much to feed a group of hungry sand boas in the same cage Lol



07/31/12  10:49pm


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