There's something special about owning a Sunset Boa hatchling. Measuring around 3 feet long, these captive-bred beauties make unique pets. Not only are they gorgeous creatures, but they're also gentle giants. And since they're one of the most docile snakes, they're perfect for first-time snake owners.
But don't let their size fool you â€“ Sunsets are incredibly active snakes. In the wild, they can be found basking in trees or swimming through the water in search of food. In captivity, however, they love to explore their surroundings and play with their toys. They're also great at escaping, so it's essential to have a secure enclosure for your Sunset Boa.
Despite their relatively small size compared to other snakes, Sunset Boas are known for being excellent eaters. In the wild, their diet consists primarily of rodents and birds. However, they can be trained to eat frozen/thawed mice or rats in captivity. Feeding your Sunset Boa a diet high in protein is essential to help them grow and stay healthy.
If you're looking for a pet snake that is beautiful and easy to care for, look no further than the Sunset Boa hatchling!
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Sean Harper - February 7, 2015
When I received my baby green iguana, I was very impressed to see how healthy he was. It's been three days, and he's already eating out of my hand, and feeling right at home. I also ordered a female green anole, so my male anole would have a friend, and she was also in very good condition when she arrived. When green anoles are discontent, or stressed, they tend to turn brown, when I opened the box, she was green as can be! Very impressed, will recommend.
sara - June 30, 2012
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