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Posted by: Sinnamongirl at Wed Feb 22 13:41:10 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Sinnamongirl ]  
   

New to this forum but not new to snakes I currently have 0.1 2011 Snow Stripe that I purchased from a reptile expo a couple of weeks ago, and have kept corns and ball pythons in the past. I have loved Rubber Boas since I found one on a trail when I was young living in Montana and I have always wanted one, but they are mighty hard to come by! I currently live in Southern Idaho and have been trying to find any info about collecting a specimen from the foothills but have had no luck, and I would REALLY rather purchase a captive born/bred boa...I would feel guilty taking one from the wild, even though it sounds like they adapt just fine. Does anyone have any info/advice they would be willing to share? Thank you in advance!


   

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