Haitian Boa

The Haitian Boa is a fairly large snake native to the West Indies. While wild-caught specimens are usually moderately aggressive, they can become quite docile with regular handling Unfortunately, it is difficult to feed young captive born Haitian Boas and, as a result, they are not commonly available.

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Dumeril's boas

Dumeril's boas (Boa dumerili, formerly Acrantophis dumerili) are a medium sized boid with an average length of 4-6 feet with rare individuals attaining maximum lengths of 7-9 feet. They are a heavy bodied ground dwelling species and can easily weigh up to 20 pounds.

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Blood Python

Found in South America in southern Colombia east of the Andes, southern Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname, French Guiana, Amazonian Brazil, Ecuador, Peru, Trinidad & Tobago and Bolivia. The type locality given is "America." Relative Size: Average Arboreal 5 TO 6 Foot range and very slender bodys

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