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    Piebald bloods.

    Came across this on anouther forum. Apparently a piebald P.Brongersmai has been collected in Sumatra and is now in a private collection in the U.S. very exciting to say the least.




    Hopefully it proves to be genetic. What an exciting addition to the blood python world.
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    That is a cool find. I bet they will be very affordable if it proves genetic.
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    More importantly, let us hope the owner of the private collection is going to breed it...

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    Re: Piebald bloods.

    Awesome beautiful creature. Crazy it survived long enough in the wild to get picked up by a human vrs a hungry bird as a baby.

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    Re: Piebald bloods.

    I thought one of the big breeders got it? There was a thread about it somewhere I seen too. Its a male isnt it?

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    That's awesome! def. something I would want to add to my collection
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    Re: Piebald bloods.

    Quote Originally Posted by Otolith View Post
    Awesome beautiful creature. Crazy it survived long enough in the wild to get picked up by a human vrs a hungry bird as a baby.

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    It must also have a common sense gene, knowing to hide itself up to this very point.


    On a side note, I required a change of underpants when I witnessed those photos. Who's the lucky lottery winner to behold this new holy grail of blood pythons?

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    It looks like it's been in captivity for a while in this picture. I didn't think wild caught bloods came that heavy bodied?

    It's a gorgeous animal and I really hope that we see more of these in the future. I may never get to own one, but I'd love to see where things go with it.
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    Haven't heard anything, but I have a good guess as to where he likely is.
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