Rosy Boas are extremely docile when encountered by humans. All Rosy Boa bites are nonvenomous. Their extreme docility and their attractive coloration have made Rosy Boas very popular with herpetoculturists.
The Rosy Boa is found in the southwestern United States in the states of California and Arizona, and northwestern Mexico in the states of Baja California and Sonora. Rosy Boas are extremely docile when encountered by humans. When disturbed they usually roll into a compact ball with the head in the center. The species is not prone to bite in defense, and when human bites have occurred they have usually been the result of a feeding response with a captive animal. All Rosy Boa bites are nonvenomous. Their extreme docility and their attractive coloration have made Rosy Boas very popular with herpetoculturists. They are readily feed on commercially available mice.
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Thanks for the great pet and info. My Texas Barred Salamander is easy to care for and is really fun to watch. What a personality he has! Feeding time is really enjoyabe for the both of us. He's a hoot! Pretty cool when he comes out as soon as I get home from work and just stares at what's going on around him. To show personality when I reach for the crickets is just plain crazy. Thanks again
Craig - September 12, 2012
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