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Boa Sololon Island Tree behavior

One of the smaller boas, the Solomon Island Tree Boas are extremely beautiful and captive bred specimens are very docile. These little known boas are the favorite snakes of many that are fortunate enough to own them.

Solomon Island Tree Boas are small so they do not require a lot of space; a pair will do nicely in a 35-gallon tank. Because they are used to tropical climes in the wild, it is important to devote lots of time to regulating the temperature and humidity levels in the enclosures of your boas. The humidity level should be around 60%, and the cage should have a hot spot of 85 to 95 degrees Fahrenheit with a cooler side of 75 to 85 degrees. Usually Solomon Island Tree Boas prefer cooler temperatures, even gravid females. Be sure to provide many tree branches for these arboreal boas and a hide box where they may retreat when they become stressed. Butcher paper, newspaper, or aspen shavings make good substrates, but as usual, never give cedar.It is very important to make sure your Solomon Island Tree Boas have a bowl for soaking and for drinking. These Boas love to soak! They may also appreciate your misting their cage once a week. Solomon Island Tree Boas have striking coloration and are gaining in popularity as pets. Captive bred Solomon Island Tree Boas have the advantage of carrying fewer parasites and infections than wild-caught boas. Captive bred Solomon Island Tree Boas have sweet, friendly personalities and are calm, docile pets.

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