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    Default Kenyan Sand Boas "Anery"

    Lethe, female:


    Acheron, male:


    Together:

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    Sweet, I like the anery's the best
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    Me too.

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    neat looking snakes... are they aggressive?
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    They're really pretty! Love the markings. I was tempted to pick one up at the last rep. show I was at, but ended up coming home with a red tailed boa. Big size difference! LOL
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    AggieHerpLover, oh nooo. Not at all. These two aren't even head shy. Good eaters too, they're fun.

    IndyCrestie, huge size difference. lol

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    I have two also. Best snake I have ever owned when you talk about being tame. I only wish they didnt like to hide so much. Makes for a not so fun to watch viv, but I love them.
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    Yeah, they are pretty shy in their enclosures.

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