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Emerald Tree Boa


These Captive Bred Babies Are Approximately 12 – 15 Inches In Length.

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  • Corallus caninus
  • CB (Captive Bred)
  • Approximately 12 – 15 Inches In Length
  • These Will Be Bright Emerald Green Boas And Make For Excellent Display Animals
  • Known for Their Large Teeth, These Can Be Aggressive, So Look Out
  • Feeding On Live Pinky Mice
  • Originating From South America They Range From Northern Brazil To Colombia
  • With Proper Care These Boas Can Live Up To 15 – 20 Years
  • Full Grown Adults Can Get As Long As 6 – 7 Feet In Length From Head To Tail
  • This Fantastic Snake Has The Largest Teeth Out Of Any Non-venomous Snake Species, That Is Prefect For Piercing Through Feathers
    • EmeEmerald Tree Boa For Salerald Tree Boa care sheet

      Housing: a wooden vivarium of at least 22″ in length and 36” in height

      Heating: basking temperature of 88oF, cool end of 85oF

      Diet:carnivore with a diet comprising of frozen prey

      Decoration: dry substrates and decor so not to raise humidity levels.

  • We feed hatchling emerald tree boa  weekly with defrosted pinky mice, as they grow the food size will be increased. Adult emerald tree boas are  fed once every two weeks , as they will become over weighted if fed weekly. A water bowl large enough for the snake to get in to is needed, providing it does not raise the vivarium humidity too much.


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