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Guyana Red-Tail Boas
(Boa c. constrictor)

Our Guyana red-tail boas consist of a group of 3.3 snakes. One pair came from Peter Bandre (Incredible Pets, FL) that were born to wild caught parents originating from the Essequibo River Delta. Another pair is wild caught displaying unique color markings (pink, apricot, terracotta-like, etc) and deep purple tails. Thanks to many herpetoculturists, Guyana red-tail boas are showing more popularity than their next door neighbors, the Suriname red-tail boas.

Meet Mr. Wildfire………. (W.C. Guyana red-tail boa)

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