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Old 10-11-02, 06:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Sand Boa Question

I just got a pair of 0.2 Kenyan Sand Boas. And I was wondering if there is any other type of reptile I can put in the same tank without having one eat the other. I was thinking maybe BD, but I thought one might try eat the other one at some point. Anyone have any ides or suggetions? Or should I just be keeping the Sand Boas by themselves...
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Old 10-11-02, 06:14 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Well, I don't know the answer specifically -- but I would say that keeping them alone would be your best plan... mixing species generally isn't a good idea. In fact, you might even want to keep the 2 boas separate... I'm sure that others will chime in here, I'm no snake expert (yet )
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Personally I would not put other reptiles in the same terrarium as the Kenyan sand Boas. Mostly it is better to keep different species apart from eachother.
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Yeah...thats what i thought. Just wondering if there was a safe one to add life to the tank above the sand! lol thnx!
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