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few shots from this am.
 

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Nat said:
absolutely stunning as always huni :D
kinda groovy aint they 8)
 

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brachyphelma scheroderi said:
i wuz gna buy one of those a while ago, had the money an all..... then it yawned :shock:
aaah they are like little puppies man!
 

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optical illusion said:
How big do they grow?
Brazillian emerald tree boas can make it to ten feet+ and weights of 15lb or more.
they average out at 5-6 foot however,the real big ones are deep forest dwellers and the trappers usually wont take them on,therefore the chances of getting cb huge ones is unfortunately rather slim.
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lovely, always wanted a tree python or tree boa :D
 

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not as hard to keep as you might think,once you get to grips with their requirements that is
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