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    Tiger BP (Desert/Enchi)

    I just picked up this girl as a pet/display BP. I'm well aware of the breeding issues, so rest assured she will not be bred. She was simply too beautiful to pass up. I love this morph and am very excited to see how she lightens and looks as she grows. She's a good little eater and just had her first adult mouse. I just looked today and saw that she's in shed. I named her Sahara. Thanks for looking! Enjoy the pics.
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    Congrats on the new addition!
    She is beautiful!

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    She is gorgeous!

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    Wow, she's gorgeous! I wish there wasn't a breeding issues with deserts.

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    He's beautiful, it's pics like this that make me pray someone find out a way yo get a desert to lay viable eggs.
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    Re: Tiger BP (Desert/Enchi)

    What's wrong with deserts? Excuse my ignorance but I've never heard about a desert before

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    Re: Tiger BP (Desert/Enchi)

    Beautiful snake I love the coloring please post more pics as she grows
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    Re: Tiger BP (Desert/Enchi)

    Quote Originally Posted by Flikky View Post
    What's wrong with deserts? Excuse my ignorance but I've never heard about a desert before
    Female deserts cannot produce viable eggs. Either infertile or egg bound and pass away. Therefore female deserts are pet only. The males reproduce no problem, but that is a touchy subject to get in to.

    She is beautiful! I can't wait to see her all grow up

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    Re: Tiger BP (Desert/Enchi)

    Quote Originally Posted by RoseyReps View Post
    Female deserts cannot produce viable eggs. Either infertile or egg bound and pass away. Therefore female deserts are pet only. The males reproduce no problem, but that is a touchy subject to get in to.

    She is beautiful! I can't wait to see her all grow up
    Thank you. I do agree she's gorgeous!

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    Very cool! A cheap way to see the cool stuff! Since it's a female, she'll get bigger than the males, and since she's got enchi in it, she'll look hotter and hotter as she grows! Awesome animal !
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    BPs are like pokemon. you tell yourself you're not going to get sucked in. but some how you just gotta catch'em all.

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