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By: Vincent Russo
281 pages, 450 col photos, maps
The boa constrictor is without question one of the most popular snake species being kept by reptile lovers today. Once considered to be a rare and exotic pet, boas are now being bred in large numbers, both by hobbyists and commercial breeders. The increased availability, combined with an ever-increasing palette of selectively bred colours and pattern anomalies, has catapulted the "common boa" into stardom among keepers and herpetoculturists.
It provides information on the natural history and captive requirements of the various races of the boa constrictor, plus exclusive breeding tips and observations.
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