night/day Darwin. Comlombian rainbow boas lose pattern as they age (Darwin is 1.5 years old) but the change between their day and night form becomes more drastic. Darwin at night (first two photos) gets silver sides and silver donuts. Daytime Darwin (bottom) loses almost all pattern but becomes a rich, red brown. I’m not sure which form I like more.
Just a quick side-by-side comparison of two of my similarly-sized snakes. Sanji is closing in on 3’ now (the closest measurement I got is 2'8" but he was not completely straight and had his head lifted), and Nymeria is 2'2", but they can look very similar due to their differing body tones. In my hand, Nymeria looks bigger because of her greater girth and bigger head, but all stretched out on Nymeria’s tub lid, Sanji is obviously much longer.
DISCLAIMER: Both snakes are out of quarantine and are healthy, do not put two animals together that have not been quarantined. I also only had them out a few seconds for only these two photos total, so as not to stress them out (also keeping track of two wriggly snakes isn’t easy lol).
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