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    Re: CIRCUS BALL Any Information ?

    Quote Originally Posted by twistedtails View Post
    Could it possibly be a Granite Clown? It's definitely a Clown, but, with something else in the mix.
    That was my thought when I saw the pics.

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    Re: CIRCUS BALL Any Information ?

    I can't see the pics

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    I saw one at Tinley in October.



    It belonged to Southwest Wisconsin Reptiles I believe.

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    Re: CIRCUS BALL Any Information ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve-J View Post
    I met a guy from Wisconsin at an expo and he had a couple of bp's labeled circus at his table. I think they were at south west Wisconsin reptiles.
    Jim Stelpflug, who owns Southwest Wisconsin Reptiles, is the breeder who produced the Circus Ball.
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    Re: CIRCUS BALL Any Information ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Louis Kirkland View Post
    Jim Stelpflug, who owns Southwest Wisconsin Reptiles, is the breeder who produced the Circus Ball.
    9yr old necro thread...


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