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    Two new amazing morphs, Chaos and Twister

    Hi at all,

    we got two new morphs, hatched this week. They came from a breeding Granite Mojave (proven Line) to an Odd-female. Take a look and tell me what you think about these animals. We call the new Mojaves "Chaos" and the base morph we call "Twister". We think they have great potential to breed into other morphs.







    Greetings from Germany
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    Wow those are some crazy patterns....very cool

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    First two are amazing!
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    Crazy, they look so pixelated. I am a fan.

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    You should call the enchi x mojo x twister a CYCLONE!

    Those things are hot! Hope they make their way to the US! I bet they have a super form ..
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    Re: Two new amazing morphs, Chaos and Twister

    WOW those are so cool, looks they look like they are wearing army camoflauge
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    0.1 Normal (Sam)

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    Re: Two new amazing morphs, Chaos and Twister

    Very cool!
    Absolutely obsessed with ball pythons!


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    Very nice pattern mutation. Im excited to see the Chaos reach maturity

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    want.want.want. Those are the closest looking to granite burms that I've ever seen. AWESOME.
    Herps are cool.

    One of the attractions of outdoor pursuits activities for many people is that life is reduced to the barest essentials, and in the process a more intimate connection to the natural world is established. Food that would be trashed or fed to the dog at home tastes wonderful, a cup of murky water is much appreciated, and after a few days, even a thin sleeping pad can feel like a comfortable mattress as tired bones are able to rest after a hard day's work.

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    Wow they are really cool! Do you have a picture of the odd female?

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