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    I met a local breeder of Red Tail's here in phoenix. He also does snake rescue. His female just had 29 babies a short time ago and all are eating and seem to be very gentle. I will be picking mine up in 2 weeks and I can't wait. This will give me one BP and one rt boa. I think I will stop there for a while. I will post pics of each soon on the appropriate forums.
    I know reds get larger than BP's and was wondering what others who have both types of snakes have to say about having a red tail.

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    Boas are easier to keep than BP's, IMO. My boa has never skipped a meal, and loves to come out and explore.
    Randy

    "I think it might be helpful for everyone to remember that the purpose of a forum like this is to EXCHANGE IDEAS, not dictate what is right or wrong or good or bad. If you disagree with what someone else is suggesting, you can say so without being argumentative or completely slamming the guy (or girl)." - Smynx

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    When I get my own house i want a male and female boa. I have 2 Male BPs right now but plan on getting 2 females soon. I have heard many great things about Boas and Randy knows tons about them.
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    Just making one more post so i can hit 500. LOL
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    I dont currently have both, but in the past I had a BP, and currently I have a redtail. As for never skipping meals, my BP never skipped one when I had him, and my redtail never has til this day. I like my Redtail more than the BP, i just like the look and feel of a redtail more i guess. i think it's all based on you, you might like your BP more than the redtail. Only you will affect that!
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