Looking 4 a Snake>>plz help

Re: Looking 4 a Snake>>plz help

Postby michael » Thu Mar 08, 2012 11:28 am

Hi Doby
Emerald Tree Boas are beautiful but highly specialized snakes. They don’t make good pets but are nice display animals. You have to consider the animals welfare too. Just because you can afford to get one doesn’t always mean you should. I’m not trying discouraging you, just trying to let you see another point of view. You should build your experience up with easier species and once you know what you are doing then try these amazing animals. Plenty of very experienced keepers have had these and lost them, they are not easy snakes.

Try what the other people posting on this topic suggested. Tree boas and Green Tree Pythons will go a long way to getting you the experience that you would need to try your hand at these.
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Re: Looking 4 a Snake>>plz help

Postby leonthemenace » Thu Mar 08, 2012 5:06 pm

TonyK wrote:
leonthemenace wrote:starting a chondro collection with an emerald is going to be a tough one. Leon

Leon the Emerald Tree Boa is Corallus not Chondro ,you have the boa confused with the Green Tree Python.


TonyK is right, sorry my mistake with the chondro comparison.
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Re: Looking 4 a Snake>>plz help

Postby Daniel_the_General » Sun May 20, 2012 11:58 am

Why not try amazon tree boas first , beautiful display animals and when you breed with them you are never sure of what you will get out .
They are fantastic snakes .
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