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    Jan 2013
    Houston, TX

    Nicaraguan Dwarf Boa?

    I just took a new snake in a trade, and Im trying to find out what "she" is. Im posting some links to my fb below that go to her pics.

    Head https://www.facebook.com/#!/photo.ph...type=1&theater

    Tail https://www.facebook.com/#!/photo.ph...type=1&theater

    Underside https://www.facebook.com/#!/photo.ph...type=1&theater

    Body https://www.facebook.com/#!/photo.ph...type=1&theater

    She is a little over 3 foot long. Kind of moody too, the old owner was scared of her. She hasnt tried to strike me yet, but she is scared of people.
    Her under belly is really pretty. It starts off a salmon color then near the tail it becomes orange and black spots and swirls, kind of like a kenyan sand boa. I was told she is a Dwarf Nicaraguan Boa... Any thoughts?

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    Re: Nicaraguan Dwarf Boa?

    she could be lovely boa species. get to around 5 foot in length.
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