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Emerald tree boa saying hello.
With the mouth open you can see why they take the prize for the largest fangs of any non-venomous snakes. They need them for holding on to birds in the wild that make up the largest part of their diet. two more things to note are the little circle hole in the mouth, this is actually sort of a second nose, it allows them to breath as they swallow their prey. Also the row of boxlike scales above the mouth and below the eyes are heat pits. Emerald tree boas also have the largest heat pits of any non-venomous snake. Because of their large heat pits, they have a very powerful feeding response and are very difficult to tame down as a human body produces plenty of heat to stimulate their feeding response.
We’re excited about the upcoming reptile expo at Downsview Park, and to celebrate the *first 25 to call us will receive a huge discount* on our cages - it’s first come, first serve! Additional discount also offered if you pre-order your PVC cages or racks, so contact now for details and have your enclosures secured at the reptile expo in Toronto this Sunday, May 5th.
We’ve got the lowest price guaranteed on ALL of our PVC cages and 5 bin racks for snakes and other exotic reptiles, so don’t miss out! Our stock is available today, so take advantage of our early bird specials while they last.
Call us today (toll free): 1-888-783-5027 ext. 103 and ask for Kevin OR send us an email email along with your phone number to: email@example.com
Thanks, and see you all at the show!