Is that so hmmm then maybe you should start acting like you older instead of telling people to fuckoff just because they have an opinion or maybe you have a problem with everyone who has an opinion that differs from yours
It's not venomous, their teeth aren't that big, and the only two reasons they would bite are 1.) you didn't wash your hands after handling its food or 2.) you've scared it and it feels like it has no other option in order to defend itself.
In comparison to dog bites and cat bites, a boa bite is pretty weak. A bunch of pin pricks and a bruise is all.
They are beautiful, and they have no interest in eating or strangling humans (we are not their natural prey). I get your point, but just want to eliminate the perpetuation of false information by folks who have zero knowledge or working experience with these animals.
It's not poisonous, but by no means is this snake nothing to worry about. I believe it's a boa they have a nasty bite (not venomous) and if you let them they can wrap around you very tightly. It's how they kill for food.
I'm sorry I didn't mean to imply anything vicious about this beautiful boa with my comment. I just meant they aren't exactly harmless/defenseless (in the wild.) I love reptiles very much and your pictures show how much you obviously love them to
Oh, well then that makes sense. Hence, dangerous beauty. I always see and/or read stories in where people keep snakes of that size as pets. I for one don't want to own them. I'm more interested in animals like raccoons, foxes, and flying squirrels.