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RE: Solomon Island Tree Boa Cohabitation?

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Posted by: SRX at Sun Oct 18 06:22:21 2009  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by SRX ]  
   

Mine all have voracious feeding responses. I keep them seperate for this reason and one other. I once put a group of aspera together and witnessed a large female attempting to wrap and eat another. I have heard of cannibalism in Candoia, so I do not chance it anymore.

Aside from the anecdote, have you quarantined the new animal for any length of time? I would seperate and monitor the new one for at least a minimum of 3 months.


   

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