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Anyone else watch this progam on Nat Geo Wild Tonight?
He found what he called a "Dwarf Boa". It was probably only about a foot long and he said it would not grow any/much bigger. Im not sure where he was, although i think it was somewhere in Africa and fed on small lizards that seemed to spend most of their time in the trees so I would guess it was arboreal, or at least part arboreal. Anyone know what it actually was?
 

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I saw this program AGES ago but yes remember that, not sure what it was
 

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Do sand boas live in trees? :whistling2::lol2:
Hah! Well, I dont know for sure it could climb, but as Jesus said it would feed on the (hugely abundant) lizards which occupied the trees, I just made the assumption. :whistling2:
 

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Calabaria Reinhardti - Calabar Burrowing Python or one of the Sand boas Eryx ssp.
Hmmm.. didnt look like one from what I remember. It actually looked like a very very small boa, not a worm :lol2:
 
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