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Your tortoise looks great! One thing I noticed about your enclosure is the substrate, I may be incorrect but it contains little white specs which can be harmful to your tort. These can be ingested by your tort aswell as a load of soil. I would switch to coco coir or orchid bark perhaps:)
The boas I was referring to were in awful conditions before they came to the RSPCA. Understandably they are not too happy around us due to that. Regular handling sessions work well but you may still get bitten as I have:D
If she wanted to strangle you she would want to get a boa. Out of all the snakes I’ve worked with, boas still make me a little cautious. One minute they are all friendly, flicking their tongue and all is well, next thing you know you feel little teeth in your arm as it starts to constrict. Gotta...
I’m only 17 so I haven’t had many animals myself but I’ll list the ones I’ve worked with.
Blue tree monitors
rough neck monitor
Columbian rainbow boa
African rock python...