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I've been working with boa constrictors and pythons for over 12 years now. There were times when I had well over 100 of them which was way to much work. One of my girls will be having babies anytime now. Here's one of my favorites, a one of a kind Brazilian rainbow boa.
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I've been working with boa constrictors and pythons for over 12 years now. There were times when I had well over 100 of them which was way to much work. One of my girls will be having babies anytime now. Here's one of my favorites, a one of a kind Brazilian rainbow boa.
Awesome! I knew someone who had a snake farm in his apartment above a popular local music venue. He had two King Cobras up there, one of them albino!
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I've been working with boa constrictors and pythons for over 12 years now. There were times when I had well over 100 of them which was way to much work. One of my girls will be having babies anytime now. Here's one of my favorites, a one of a kind Brazilian rainbow boa.
I admire your passion and courage to deal with such animals. Now don't they have extremely powerful muscles? How do you "tame" something like that? Or do you just learn their behavior and are totally passive? Just wondering.

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Photography..its turned more into a business, then a hobby much anymore...reefing (not smoking the reefer, but saltwater coral reef tanks), video games are fun, wrenching on cars, starting to get into fixie bike riding (more for the customizing aspect, lol)...

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