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    Introducing: Sunfire Ghost Reticulated Python

    This has been an extremely long year with this project for me since it took me 2 different clutches to FINALLY make one! But the outcome is extraordinary! The 2nd photo of the animal is in natural light. I cannot wait to see these shed out and have the colors really start to pop!






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    Re: Introducing: Sunfire Ghost Reticulated Python

    Holy WOW!

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    Re: Introducing: Sunfire Ghost Reticulated Python

    Very Nice !!

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    Introducing: Sunfire Ghost Reticulated Python

    Amazing!!

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    So nice - would be great if someone uncovered a recessive dwarvism that could pull all these wicked morphs down to the 5-7 foot range.
    Dreamtime Exotics -- Check it out!
    Ball Pythons, Monitors, Saltwater Reef, Fancy Rats, Ferrets

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    Wow! Very pretty!
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    Reptile Collection: Amazon Tree Boas, Ball Pythons, Bearded Dragon, Boa Constrictors, Brazilian Rainbow Boas, Carpet Pythons, Chondro, Corn Snakes, Crested Geckos, Gargoyle Gecko, Honduran Milk Snakes, Mexican Black Kings, Super Dwarf / Jampea Dwarf Retic. Too many morphs to list anymore!

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    Wow that is stunning!!

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    ah can't wait to see that thing at 6 or 7 feet. beautiful!

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    Re: Introducing: Sunfire Ghost Reticulated Python

    Got any sunfire hets you are willing to let go?
    "Out of suffering have emerged the strongest souls; the most massive characters are seared with scars".- Edwin H. Chapin

    "When a man is pushed, tormented, defeated, he has a chance to learn something; he has been put on his wits ... he has gained facts, learned his ignorance, is cured of the insanity of conceit, has got moderation and real skill".
    - Ralph Waldo Emerson

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    Wow!!!
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