African House Snake

The African House Snake (also known as the African Rainbow Boa) is a medium-sized snake native to Africa and Asia that can reach up to 6 feet in length

African house snakes (Boaedon fuliginosus) are one of about 150 species of snakes in Africa. African house snakes are sometimes referred to as brown house snakes

They can grow up to 3 feet long. African house snakes are nonvenomous and not aggressive toward humans, so they don’t make good pets.

African house snakes are carnivores—they eat rodents like mice and rats! Make sure you feed them at least once every 5 days

African house snakes don’t get very big, their enclosures still need to be large enough for them to move around comfortably.

An adult African house snake should have at least a 20 gallon tank with plenty of room for climbing and hiding spots.

Be sure to do your research before purchasing an enclosure in order to determine what size and style best fits your snake’s needs.

While African house snakes are normally somewhat aggressive eaters, care should be taken when introducing new food items to them.

African house snakes are fairly low-maintenance pets, but they require annual veterinary checkups. It’s best to take your snake to a herp vet familiar with African species.