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Posted by Classic_Dums on February 27, 2003 at 04:55:21:
In Reply to: new posted by dana456 on February 26, 2003 at 23:43:58:
Sand boas are generally docile, I have never even been struck at by one. Not to say that it can't happen but in general. They really like to hide in their substrate. Alot of the info you can find on caresheets is what I can tell you. Just do lots of research and make sure to have the cage set up and ready to go before you bring one home. Also give it time to adjust to it's new home before you start handling it and at least a few days before you try to feed it. Hope this helps some.
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:Hello i'm dana. i am looking into getting a kenyan sand boa. i am hoping to find out about their nature. are they docile or hard to handle. thanks in advance and please feel free to make any suggestions or comments. i am new to snakes and i am researching but i would love advice thanks. dana
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