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    Hey everyone,

    I just wanted to share some pics of my favorite breeding pair of Dums and some offspring they have produced over the last couple years. These two throw some killer looking noenates which have kept their coloring. The adults are managable at just over 6 feet and they are way more chill than most red-tails. The close face shot is the sire who's head and neck are completely pink. Enjoy!










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    Those are some killer babys!! Adults are nice and chunky
    Derek Dunlop
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    Nice adults-- and beautiful babies. I love the high pink Demis.

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    thanks for the compliments on the Dums.

    Adults are nice and chunky
    Dumerils are lazy boas so it's easy to put some weight on them. It works well for breeding as the females will put the necessary girth on to get them through the following breeding season.

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    cuutteeee, i cant wait till i start breeding mine.


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    those are gorgeous when I move out I wnt to get some boas to breed.

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    Here are some more pictures of the same pair (I used to own them).




    and some babies from the pair


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    (I used to own them).
    Donn,

    Do I sense a little regret?

    Ha,ha, they are all mine! Mine, you hear!

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    Nah, there's only love, man, only love.
    It's not like I can't see them whenever I want.

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    I love dumeril's boa...it's the only boa I'll ever get...easy to care of..not too big..wonderful appearing.. and it is not a red-tailed boa(nothing against them..just I'm sick to see everyone who has a snake has a boa constrictor[or a ball python]..at least in italy)
    -sorry for language mistakes(I'm italian)-

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