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INTRODUCTION

The following information has been compiled from my experience working with several groups of Morelia boeleni both wild-caught and captive hatched over the last fourteen years. Along with my experiences I have included information from both the zoological community as well as the private herpetoculturist. As more participate in this project further information will be added to this section. So please take the time to fill out the survey found on this website. The following is an informative and successful way to keep Morelia boeleni, but by no means is it the only way to maintain the species. The data presented here is a guide for those who are new to the species or for those who want to provide the very best conditions to ensure longevity in captivity.

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PAGE 1: ACCLIMATING WILD-CAUGHTS

PAGE 2: CAGING

PAGE 3: FEEDING

PAGE 4: CAPTIVE HATCHED

PAGE 5: HUMIDITY

PAGE 6: TEMPERATURE

PAGE 7: LIGHTING

PAGE 8: FEEDING CAPTIVE RASIED

PAGE 9: HANDLING

     

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