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Old 07-30-2011, 02:53 PM
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Boas tend to be the easiest species of snake to keep together because they're so docile and laid back and they generally don't care about much. Just as long as the size difference isn't too great between them, but as Denny said, you can never feed them in the enclosure while they're together. Put them BOTH in separate tubs to be fed, don't just leave one in the tank and put one in a tub because the one left in the tank may associate you putting the other one in as food. However, since these are going to be very big animals, soon enough they will need their own spaces because one tank will get to be way too small for the both of them.

Neosporin is good to put on snake cuts and bites. It won't hurt the snake at all, just make sure it doesn't get dirty and infected. The active ingredient in Neosporin is Neomycin
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