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Do rosy boas have fangs?

Wildlife Expert - Ken Burton

No. Only venomous snakes have fangs. Front fangs tend to be hollow while rear fangs tend to be furrowed. Non-venomous snakes just have relatively undifferentiated teeth. Boas are constrictors and are not venomous.

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