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Old 07-30-2011, 11:14 AM
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It is never a good idea but you have two things going for you, first the age of the new boa and both being boys. You will have a problem feeding them. you will need to separate them when feeding or they will fight over the food. I have had male and female fight and rip the mouse in half then grab each other. Get two sterilite tubs and pull both snakes out and feed separately in the tubs. That way the tank they are in will not be associated with food.
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