One of my juvenile sand boas looks to have passed a pinky mouse that’s mostly undigested. The thing is completely dessicated and covered in now-dried foulness, but its head, all four legs, tail, and ribcage are identifiable. I’m not particularly worried at this point as the animal is outwardly healthy, temperatures and humidity are solid, etc. Will be paying attention to the animal’s hydration, but otherwise she’s due for a feeding this evening.
I’ve just not seen this in my collection before and was wondering if anyone had experienced this before.
I’m not ruling out that this may have been a late-stage regurgitation, but it doesn’t really look like one to me.
Thanks in advance!