These may be stupid questions but I want to make sure I give my new red tail the best possible. My husband hasn’t owned boas in 20+ years and if he remembers correctly he thinks they required UVB light and calcium dusting of their meals. From my research the past week or so they appear to keep just like ball pythons with belly heat and cool side tempts in the lowers 80s with the warm side being upper 80s and a 90 degree hotspot. No dusting and a lamp can be a supplement to help keep correct temperatures. Humidity between 50 and 70%.
Is this correct? Just want to make sure I am reading accurate information on the internet as we all know how in accurate it can be sometimes.
We have quite a few ball pythons in racks, a sand boa and a reticulated python. I pick my boa up in 6 days and it’s enclosure will be set up and temperatures correct by then. Thank you in advanced.