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RE: Odd Breeding Behavior ??

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Posted by: NCBoas at Sun Oct 14 23:59:46 2007   [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by NCBoas ]  
   

It's normal behavior.. It's a good sign. I've seen it on more than quite a few females that have gone on to breed and produce healthy litters.. Maybe it's their way of enticing the male? Pheremones... Animals on this planet have "odd" ways of getting the attention of hopeful mates, I believe this is the female boa constrictors way of saying "come get me"..


   

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