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RE: tree boas friendly?

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Posted by: tmshaffer at Sat Jul 17 05:37:39 2010  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by tmshaffer ]  
   

>>They typically are biters.
>>I think they are fairly easy to handle but that really depends on your definition of easy to handle.
>>My amazon is probably between 6-7ft. Length isn't really something I care enough about to check though.
>>Here's a pic of mine, he's about 7yrs old.
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>>Jason

I have several ATB. Some usually the CBB are very easy to handle and no worse than my other snakes. But others draw blood almost every time. Still love them


   

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