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Male ATB

Discussion in 'Emerald Tree Boa/Arboreal Boas' started by StoneSour, Apr 2, 2008.

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  1. StoneSour

    StoneSour Elite Member

    This is my male amazon tree boa. His name is Jack-O, gave him that name cause of his color. He is 3 and a half feet long. Well anyways this is him enjoying some time outside. I had to take advantage of the 70 degree weather the other day. Hope everyone enjoys.

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  2. MRHickey

    MRHickey Elite Member

    great looking snake
     
  3. schlegelbagel

    schlegelbagel Frog Lover Premium Member

    wonderful color!
     
  4. StoneSour

    StoneSour Elite Member

    Thanks for the comments :)
     
  5. venus

    venus Founding Member

    He's beautiful. I love the third picture.
     
  6. StoneSour

    StoneSour Elite Member

    Thank you Venus :)
     
  7. DarkMagician207

    DarkMagician207 Elite Member

    cool coloring. i like the eyes too. thanks for sharing :)
     
  8. StoneSour

    StoneSour Elite Member

    Thank you :)
     
  9. redtailnamedjade

    redtailnamedjade Elite Member

    hes awesome! 3rd pic looks like the velociraptor in jurassic park lol
     
  10. kenman1963

    kenman1963 Moderator

    What a pretty snake !!!! most amazon tree boas coloring is not that vibrant. Thanks for increasing the wish list !!!!
     
  11. Brewster320

    Brewster320 Elite Member

    i second that lol. he's a beauty though nice snake. whats his temperment?
     
  12. The D

    The D Mango Empress

    He's just lovely, congrats
     
  13. graduationxday

    graduationxday Elite Member

    Beautiful color.
    I love his eyes
     
  14. ryanpb

    ryanpb Elite Member

    Thats one great looking amazon.
    I actually just picked one up today from a local Herp Expo, Captive bred, Garden Phase, but with very cool colors on the back, and orange eyes.
    Yours is a stunner though.
     
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