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RE: Newly hatched rubber boa. Need help

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Posted by: FIsh_Demon at Fri Jun 9 19:04:00 2006  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by FIsh_Demon ]  
   

Next time you'll probably want to feed the boa mice pinks. Rat pups are a generally a lot bigger, and they may be too large for the baby boa to handle.

In fact, you may want to feed him a few mouse pinkies if he accepts them, because in the wild, it's not uncommon for Rubber Boas to eat the entire litter if they stumble across the nest.
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