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Re: cooks tree boa part 2


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Posted by devildoll on March 28, 2003 at 04:45:58:

In Reply to: cooks tree boa part 2 posted by battlekla on March 27, 2003 at 15:27:39:

It probably isn't a true cooks tree boa... It is probably an Amazon Tree boa... Very few cooks are actually available, but ATBs are often called that.

ATBs are a strange species of tree boa in that they spend a lot of time on the ground in their hide...

Mine spends all day down on the ground in a hide, and all night up on it's perches....

I wouldn't worry too much as long as it keeps eating and looks healthy.

The one i have is WC and is pretty tame,... i'm able to hold it and it let me probe it easily... it just depends on the snake... some will stay a little aggressive...

Good luck.. they are an excellent snake and always fun to observe!


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