Although these boas traits are probably not genetic, they do have a different appearance.
These color and pattern anomalies range from mild to outrageous. No one is
really sure what cause these variants. Some attribute the oddities to inadequate
or excessive heat during the mothers gestation period. Whatever the causes,
some of these snake are truly awesome.
Article compliments of: Chris Romine
Photos compliments of: Jesse Barrett, Chris
Romine, Don Mercer and Tim Magee.
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