She was given to me after she was retired from a breeding program (she's 14 now).That one's a beauty. Ever try to get a mate for it?
Nope, but the boa and the python are the only herps I have left after I downsized for college.just one?
Yeah, he's about 3 (the oldest ball lived to be 48) and he has a lot of growing to do.Does the whole python fit in your hand?
It would be very unlikely that they would be able to kill an adult human, they don't have the girth and therefore the squeeze strength (now, the red tail that I had, that's a different story). I've had the boa squeeze down pretty hard on me and it wasn't bad at all. Interestingly, Simone, the big boa will only eat frozen-thawed all white rats. Anything brown or with spots she refuses to touch. So she wouldn't be likely to go after my rabbit. However, I wouldn't be too comfortable with her loose while I slept.Are these things dangerous when they grow big? I mean, can they eat your pet or sneak up on you when your are asleep, if they got loose?