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Boa Coastal Rosy Health Information

Because of their moderate size, Coastal Rosy Boas can do well in a 20-gallon-long terrarium. They should be provided with a hiding place. Substrates such as shredded newspaper, aspen shavings, and sand are appropriate for Rosy Boas and allow them to burrow. Because Coastal Rosy Boas generally live in moderately arid areas, they do not require much water and cage humidity levels should be kept low. The enclosure temperature should be about 80 degrees Fahrenheit during the day with a with a basking area about 85 degrees. At night the temperature should be dropped to 70-75 degrees Fahrenheit.

Breeding
In order to breed, Coastal Rosy Boas must undergo a period of brumation. For about three weeks prior to decreasing the temperature, they should not be fed. Between November and December, the temperature should gradually decrease to between 53 and 56 degrees Fahrenheit. This temperature should be maintained for the next ten or twelve weeks. Although the snakes should be monitored and offered water, they should not be fed. After ten weeks or so, the temperature should be brought back to normal. The Coastal Rosy Boa will usually feed about a week after the temperature is increased.

After the brumation period, the snakes will usually mate. Breeding can occur between March and May, and the young will be born between four and six months later. Coastal Rosy Boas give birth to between one and thirteen babies which average between ten and twelve inches long.

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