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Kenyan Sand Boa Pacing

Discussion in 'Rosy Boas & Sand Boas' started by mylilbowie, May 18, 2018.

  1. mylilbowie

    mylilbowie New Member

    Has anybody had a Kenyan Sand Boa that paces back and forth in one spot for a half hour to an hour every night? Seems unusual to me.
  2. AmityReptiles

    AmityReptiles Well Established Member

    Night time is when they are most active, and also when they hunt for food. Could be a hungry boa, or just a boa that is eager to explore the world outside his enclosure.
    Do you think it could be hungry?
  3. mylilbowie

    mylilbowie New Member

    We feed him once a week and he's not due to eat until Tuesday. And he's been doing this since Thursday night, so I'm thinking he's not hungry yet. We've only had him just a few weeks. So we are new to a sand boa. I just found it kind of strange. I'm feeling better that it seems to be consistent each day at the same time. It is always just the same exact spot, back and forth and back and forth.

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