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Posted by H+E Stoeckl on May 06, 2003 at 16:29:59:
In Reply to: Well, boas living in nature.. posted by Jorge Horna on May 05, 2003 at 22:26:11:
I have got boas from such farms. They had had rubbed their mouths on the wire until the raw flesh was exposed.
And I know how much the people there are knowing about boas: Next to nothing. It is a surprise that they breed at all. And if they breed they don't breed because of the conditions there but in spite of the conditions.
And I can tell you one thing: The outcome of a given breeding farm (I am sure the two of us are talking about the same farm) is pitiable compared with the number of animals being kept there.
The photos are interesting because they show the conditions there. Thus we can be greatful that you posted it. But you should have distanced yourself from the way the boas are kept.
To Gus: Due to your direct language I always ask myself if you had been raised in Germany *LOL*