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Well of sorts.

He is green and he is a boa but not quite with the grace and elegance of a naturally arboreal snake.

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Wondered where he had gone and low and behold he's up in the rafters and happy as a pig in poo.

*** The heater is not even plugged in and redundant due to second thoughts of its use I just couldn't be bothered to remove it.***
 

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Not tried in a few weeks, he still seems just as active and yesterday started to look as if showing a hunting pose that my other 2 do so will try soonish.
 

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A little over 2 feet, very much still a neonate
As a hognose keeper, I find that sentence disturbing... :p

Hopefully I'll be getting one of these 'for' Christmas (not necessarily *at* Christmas. It's not humane to giftwrap snakes.)
I always thought of them as keeping their feet on the ground, so to speak. Do they show much arboreal tendencies?

Not sure any of the Repti-Glo range are suited to holding up a 9ft adult male...
 
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