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a few of my up and comming breeders

Discussion in 'Hog Island Boas' started by Bighill_Reptiles, Apr 13, 2006.

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  1. Bighill_Reptiles

    Bighill_Reptiles Elite Member

    well here are some updated pic's of some of my Hog's and san andreas bci .I think they are one of the nicest boa's bar non but hey they are mine lol
    [​IMG]female hog
    [​IMG]male hog patternless
    [​IMG]female san ann
    [​IMG]male san ann
    and one baby hog [​IMG]
    thanks for looking and all comments welcome .You can see the differanc in the hog and the san
  2. Rich

    Rich Administrator Staff Member Premium Member


    Great Pics. How many hatchlings per year do you normally produce? (Just a curiosity question, lol)
  3. venus

    venus Founding Member

    Beautiful Paul,,,I like the pinkish one :p
  4. Merlin

    Merlin Administrator Staff Member Premium Member

    I really like the pic of the baby hoggie myself!
  5. Joe

    Joe Elite Member

    Very nice, stunning snakes I like the male hogg, nice thin saddles.

    Again just a curiosity question....apart from the hoggs and san andreas comin from different Islands is there a difference between them (ie scale count) because at a glance they look very similar? Or are they effectivley the same snake but just given another name to make them more marketable? (This is in no way a dig at you, it is just I fail to see the difference)

    All stunning snakes non the less
  6. mshrmheadcharge

    mshrmheadcharge Moderator Staff Member Premium Member

    I love the male hogg, hes beautiful! Thanks for sharing!
  7. Bighill_Reptiles

    Bighill_Reptiles Elite Member

    there is several differences in the san and hog size for one and a different island separated by 400 miles of watter or more if you look on my other post on the san andreas there is a map .as for how many babies we produce around 100 give or tack a few next year will be much better cutting back a bit but going more salmons and hogs and small boa's kenyans, rough scales ,roses .i think you get the idea not as much space and cheeper on the feeders = more time with the new pet store that the wife and I opened
  8. Bighill_Reptiles

    Bighill_Reptiles Elite Member

    PS thanks everyone for the kind words and comments
  9. HerpboyNY

    HerpboyNY Elite Member

    Are your hogs integrated with other locales of BCI? It's getting increasingly harder to find "pures" these days.
  10. DarkMagician207

    DarkMagician207 Elite Member

    wow they're so beautiful. and the baby is so cute. thanks for sharing the pics. :)
  11. kenman1963

    kenman1963 Moderator

    that baby hogg is awesome !!!!
  12. Bighill_Reptiles

    Bighill_Reptiles Elite Member

    no i keep all my boa's pure the only muts i have are salmons thanks again everyone
  13. Joe

    Joe Elite Member

    Thanks for the explination :)

    Once agian stunnig snakes esp. the male hogg
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