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    Re: Morph ID please!

    Quote Originally Posted by Mshuntjump View Post
    Oh AND this snake is being housed in the same enclosure as another. *eyeroll*

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    I did.. He said "what is a morph? It just a bald python" Yes, "bald python" lmao
    I'm so glad I'm doing my research before I get one.

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    Re: Morph ID please!

    Quote Originally Posted by Kira View Post
    You would think someone might do SOME research before getting an animal....
    You would think...

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    Re: Morph ID please!

    Quote Originally Posted by Mshuntjump View Post
    I did.. He said "what is a morph? It just a bald python" Yes, "bald python" lmao
    I laughed out loud yall
    Last edited by redshepherd; 01-30-2017 at 08:17 PM.

    Other Species
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    Tanimbar Scrub Python "Pixie", 1.0 Russian Rat Snake "Jack"
    0.1 Dumeril's Boa "Vigil",
    0.1 2007 Aru Green Tree Python "Gem"
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    past: 0.1 Butter, 0.1 Super Pastel Calico, 0.1 Black Pastel



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    Re: Morph ID please!

    Always always always!

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    POG at best but with an over exposed picture anything is possible.

    Ask for a picture in natural light, no flash.

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    First thing that I thought was 'overexposed photo of a banana'
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    Looking at it it looks like a pastel hypo but it could easily be a pastel yellowbelly or even just a nice pastel/super pastel deep in shed. It's hard to say from the picture provided
    Last edited by kxr; 01-30-2017 at 08:48 PM.

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    Re: Morph ID please!

    Quote Originally Posted by Mshuntjump View Post
    Oh AND this snake is being housed in the same enclosure as another. *eyeroll*

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    I did.. He said "what is a morph? It just a bald python" Yes, "bald python" lmao
    Personally, I'd be worried if it wasn't bald

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