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Old 11-13-17, 04:46 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi all. Few words about myself. After keeping boas, corns and ball pythons as pets for nearly twenty years I decided to finally take next step and start breeding. My BCI Anery het. female is almost 3years old 2.3m 7.5kg. Few months ago I decided that next year or so I could start my project. So i went to local reptile shop to get nice male for her. Long story short I bought most beautiful snake that was there - male Boa Constrictor Sabogae. After doing some research I came to a conclusion, that cross breeding subspecies' is not a good way to go. So new plan lol, now im looking for Sabogae female, and there are none for sale in UK. On top of that I'm worried that if i get one in UK it might be related to my male (from what I've learned they get small litters 8-20 babies, and by 2009 there were only 3 confirmed successfull attempts in EU) My setup is almost ready, but I could use some help regarding Boa Constrictor Sabogae care and breading habits. I assume that it's almost identical to standard BCI, but I could use some advice on entire process. Does anyone here keep these? All help welcome. Also English is not my first language, sorry if it was a difficult read.

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