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Red Tail Boa Constrictor. The red tail boa constrictor is a medium to large sized snake from the northern parts of South America. They can get to an impressive adult size of eleven feet in length or more. They all have a beautiful silver or grey body pattern with different tones of rusty to deep red in their tails. In captivity, most boas eat mice, rats, rabbits and even chickens. Red-tailed boas aren't constant eaters; in some cases a large meal can sustain a boa for up to a month. A boa kills its prey by squeezing it to death with its powerful coils. Once its prey has suffocated, the boa constrictor consumes it whole.

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Other "True" Red Tail Boas (Boa Constrictor constrictor), such as the Bolivian, Suriname, Guyanan, tend to be slightly more aggressive and less docile, but if obtained as a baby, can be just as gentle as a BCI. Full size adult boas can defecate as much as a full grown dog!! And boas can deposits huge amounts of urates a couple of times a month. Once your red-tail boa measures 3 or 4 feet in length, it needs adult-sized caging. A sufficient-sized cage for adult boas measuring up to 8 feet long is a container with 8 square feet of floor space, such as containers measuring 4 feet by 2 feet. A cage height between 18 and 24 inches is OK.