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Boa Suriname Red Tail behavior

The Suriname Red Tail Boa is a fascinating addition to any menagerie and an interesting specimen for snake lovers across the globe.

These snakes can be fairly non-aggressive and calm, if they are handled regularly, and they are generally not fussy feeders. Because of their large adult size, keeping large boids like the Suriname Red Tail Boa can be difficult for even the most seasoned of snake keepers. Immature boas should be fed about once every seven to ten days. As adults, they do not need to eat quite as frequently. Mature Suriname Red Tail Boas should have a large enclosure to live in. Since they live both in trees and on the ground in the wild, provide them with a sturdy climbing branch as well as sufficient ground space. Red tails love to soak and should have a bowl large enough for them to coil up in. The Red Tails' water bowl usually requires frequent cleaning because they tend to defecate while soaking. Make sure the temperature in the cage has a warm spot and a cooler spot, so they can thermoregulate, and give them a temperature drop at night. They are primarily nocturnal and live in very humid forests in the wild. The average Suriname Red Tail will live somewhere between 20 and 25 years.

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