Dumeril’s Boa

Dumeril’s Boa

The Dumeril’s boa is a medium-sized snake found in Madagascar’s densely forested dry woods. It may grow up to eight feet long and has a thick-set body

Dumeril’s boas are simple to care for because they are non-venomous and require little attention. Many novice reptile keepers mix up Dumeril’s boas  

The Dumeril’s boa (Acrantophis dumerili) is a dry woodland species confined to Southwest Madagascar. This species is not used to the hot

Dumeril’s boas are considered “endangered” in the wild, which is one of the reasons these snakes are popular among reptile hobbyists.

The Dumeril’s boa is a medium-sized snake with a stocky, thick-set body with a camouflaged colour of green, red, brown, and peach.

This snake is an ambush predator, meaning it will stand motionless and wait for prey. An adult Dumeril’s boa sleeps during the day

Adult Dumeril’s boas can grow to be eight feet long in captivity, while wild snakes can grow to be ten feet long. Under the correct captive conditions

Male Dumeril’s Boas are territorial around other male snakes, therefore keeping your snake alone is the best way to keep him from being territorial.

Dumeril’s Boas are easy to handle for experienced reptile keepers. If you are a novice hobbyist, you should use caution when handling your snake.

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