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    The King of Dinkers

    He's getting big...


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    Re: The King of Dinkers

    Wooowwwww this guy is amazing. Unbelievable actually

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    Re: The King of Dinkers

    I guess if you look at it that way, most of them were dinkers at one point.

    I am really curious what enchi would do to that. Very nice.

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    Re: The King of Dinkers

    King is right that is one bad Boy.
    Absolutely obsessed with ball pythons!


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    Re: The King of Dinkers

    I want his first baby! I don't even care if it hasn't been proven genetic, I want.

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    Getting bigger and better.

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    Was that a import or did it pop out from a clutch ?
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    Love how he is turning out.

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    All hail the king!
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    Re: The King of Dinkers

    Quote Originally Posted by steve_r34 View Post
    Was that a import or did it pop out from a clutch ?
    It was a random mutation from a rather innocent clutch. (I forget what the exact pairing was. But it wasn't supposed to make this!)

    Every time I see this snake, since the name Granite is already taken, I just think "Labyrinth ball, labyrinth ball..." Yeah, I'm not particularly fancy for ball python morphs, but I can definitely make an exception for this!

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