Boa Constrictors & Their Relatives: Captive Care & Natural History

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Hi All,
The 53 species in the family Boidae are an amazingly diverse group of snakes that have colonized habitats ranging from rainforests to deserts, in countries as diverse as Canada and India. Among them we find treetop dwellers, aquatic species, confirmed burrowers and generalists equally at home in farmland, savannas, desert fringes and forests. I’ve had the good fortune of studying Anacondas, Rosy Boas and others in the wild, and remain fascinated by all. Please be sure to post some thoughts about your favorites below. Read article here: Boa Constrictors and their Relatives - Natural History and Captive Care | That Reptile Blog
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