The boas' successful breed must conform to the right preparation. In captivity, snakes are usually prepared for breeding, with a cooling time called bronchie. Like the mammalian hibernation, reptilian rubbing is the rest period during the calm winter months. Snakes may taste during this period, but usually not because the temperature is lower, less active (sometimes they do not move for weeks or months), and digestion is difficult or impossible. Snakes still consume under rubbing, so fresh water must always be provided. In captivity, the period of chewing is not strictly necessary for the snakes to be healthy, but they are obliged to breed.
For preparing this, the feeding should be increased during the months prior to the bladder – typically in August, September and October. This ensures that snakes are given the right weight for breeding and are especially important for women. The goal here is not to overtake the feed, obesity is just as bad if not worse than malnutrition. Rather, he wants the hole to be heavy and well rounded.
So the diet should be stopped completely at the end of October or early November. A few weeks are needed to ensure that the digestion is complete and release has taken place. Food left in the digestive system, when the temperature drops, can lead to illness and even death. If the snake is not emptied, you can try to start it by soaking it in warm hot water.
If you are certain that the digestive tract is clear and snakes are in primary health, you can decrease the temperature of the boiling period
What is the temperature for roasting?
The optimal rubbing temperature and time vary from species to species. What works for a species can cause serious damage to another native climate.
Tropical boas, like boa constrictors, usually fit well into a nightly temperature that drops slowly to around 70 degrees while while keeping the daytime temperature at 85 to 90 degrees. Using cautious timepieces, you can check for a long, cool night, while a short, but still warm day helps keep your gums healthy and maintain the parasite and disease resistance
From moderate climatic conditions, such as rose bushes, in the higher 50's, the cooler temperature can be maintained during the remaining 3 months of rubbing. This temperature then rises to normal breeding temperature in March.
Exactly how to control your temperature depends to a great extent on your climate, where it is stored and heated. Certain quantities of probes and defects may be required to ensure that the temperature is properly controlled and heat sources, timers and possibly air conditioning are required. Using digital thermometers with high / low memory allows you to keep the temperature on your eyes and, if possible, you must test the swamps before you present the boas.
The guidelines have a good chance of successfully breeding boas. After successful mating, the key to the successful raising of newborn babies is a good preparation. Make sure you are well prepared for the care requirements for both spouses and new born babies and will enjoy the miracle of breeding wonder!