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Posted by: texasgirl at Sun Jun 11 15:28:31 2006  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by texasgirl ]  
   

I had a few questions about boas, I hope some of you guys can answer:
-Which of the Sand, Rosy, Rubber are the largest?
-I have been back and forth between wanting a hognose or one of these boas, from what i've read hognose and rubbers can be picky eaters but do any of you own hognose and can you tell me if they are more aggressive, I have read that they can be a little fiesty and are known to bite? (not exactly right for this forum but I'm more interested in boas)
-I had a rosy boa when I was about 6, it was great but my mother unplugged the heatrock to vacuum and forgot to plug it back in and it died, I was under the impression these boas didn't need extra heat or is that only the rubbers?
thats all I've got for now.
Thanks!
Lindsey
South Texas


   

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