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General ETB questions

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Posted by: apocalyp at Fri Apr 1 10:06:28 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by apocalyp ]  
   

Hi, I'm looking at getting a nice aboreal snake and of course the 2 that come to mind are Amazon Tree Boas and Green Tree Pythons.

I've been told however that ETBs are much easier to keep and in general hardier animals. Do any of you have an opinion on that? I would want a nice green one and not the garden phase if I were to go the ETB route, is there a way to diferenciate them when their young?

Are there any things I need to worry about when picking out an ETB?

So far I'm housing 5 snakes (1 kingsnake, 2 dumerils, 1 ball and 1 JCP) so I'm not unexperienced with snakes but I also still have a lot to learn obviously.

looking forward to your opinions.


   

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