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    Re: Rhino-Jack, 100% Kalatoa SD male retic

    Quote Originally Posted by Sauzo View Post
    Lol I was talking to a gal last night about a burm. Almost was sold but then this morning when I woke up, I thought if I'm going to get another large snake, i'll probably get another SD retic.
    Hahah they have a way with folks... I can't help but want another myself. Seriously considering trying Gerald to breed my buddy's pure SD retics in the next few weeks when I go to visit family for the holidays. He may be too young but it's a close call and I know I'd be tempted to keep a baby if he did successfully father a clutch


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    Re: Rhino-Jack, 100% Kalatoa SD male retic

    Quote Originally Posted by jmcrook View Post
    Hahah they have a way with folks... I can't help but want another myself. Seriously considering trying Gerald to breed my buddy's pure SD retics in the next few weeks when I go to visit family for the holidays. He may be too young but it's a close call and I know I'd be tempted to keep a baby if he did successfully father a clutch


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    ...and send your buddy John a 3rd pick of the litter male after you and your buddy take the first 2

    And yeah a burm would be cool but i still want an ultra ivory SD retic haha. Still jealous of Gerald lol
    Last edited by Sauzo; 12-08-2017 at 03:19 AM.
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    Re: Rhino-Jack, 100% Kalatoa SD male retic

    He's about 9 months old now, roughly 34"-36" and weighing 213g. He has the dry patch on top of his head like phyillis developed but seemed to go away a little with his last shed. Still no pushing from him and I never hooked trained him either since he gets handled more often than he gets fed. he was half hanging out of his hide so I got some updated pics.





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    Re: Rhino-Jack, 100% Kalatoa SD male retic

    Nice looking retic


    If you wanted too know for sure on his % of super dwarf get breeders name and run it through retic Eugene on Facebook..
    Last edited by robert7107; 01-05-2018 at 07:55 AM.

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    Re: Rhino-Jack, 100% Kalatoa SD male retic

    Quote Originally Posted by 67temp View Post
    He's about 9 months old now, roughly 34"-36" and weighing 213g. He has the dry patch on top of his head like phyillis developed but seemed to go away a little with his last shed. Still no pushing from him and I never hooked trained him either since he gets handled more often than he gets fed. he was half hanging out of his hide so I got some updated pics.





    He looks great! I never hook trained Gene but I did tap train him. He is a giant puppy but always hungry, so when I open his enclosure he is waiting.

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    Housing upgrade time!

    He has been in a 36"x18"x18" exoterra knock off made by nat-geo. I've never been truly happy with it. Even with 2/3 of the screen top covered, a heat lamp, uth on his hot side and a uth under his water bowl, and misting his substrate the temp and humidity have been hard to control and not exactly ideal. I recently picked up this 4 month old Boaphile enclosure for less than half the cost of a new one. this one is 36"x24"X12". I still need to install some lighting and get it fully set up but it should be a lot better than the tank he was in.
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    Re: Rhino-Jack, 100% Kalatoa SD male retic

    The snake on your post ? The one on the main page isn't the same snake?? That ones a platinum...
    Picture below shows on main page....
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    Re: Rhino-Jack, 100% Kalatoa SD male retic

    Quote Originally Posted by Sauzo View Post
    ...and send your buddy John a 3rd pick of the litter male after you and your buddy take the first 2

    And yeah a burm would be cool but i still want an ultra ivory SD retic haha. Still jealous of Gerald lol
    Just want to make sure my eyes aren't deceiving me...
    On the main page to go into this post doesn't it have a different snake (platinum)on it then what is in the actual post?

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    Re: Rhino-Jack, 100% Kalatoa SD male retic

    Quote Originally Posted by robert7107 View Post
    Just want to make sure my eyes aren't deceiving me...
    On the main page to go into this post doesn't it have a different snake (platinum)on it then what is in the actual post?

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    Yes they look like 2 different snakes. The post here looks like a Kalatoa. The phone pic does look like a platinum. You can also tell by looking at the stripe on the side of the snakes face. In the kalatoa one here, the stripe is thick, solid and extends all the way to the eye. In the phone pic, it is thin, broken and doesnt reach the eye.

    Other than that, i really have no idea what is going on with this post so i cant give an answer lol.
    1.0 SD/D White Albino Tiger het snow Reticulated Python-Caesar
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    1.0 Meltzer/Lincoln Peruvian Longtail het anery BCL-Louie

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    Re: Rhino-Jack, 100% Kalatoa SD male retic

    Quote Originally Posted by Sauzo View Post
    Yes they look like 2 different snakes. The post here looks like a Kalatoa. The phone pic does look like a platinum. You can also tell by looking at the stripe on the side of the snakes face. In the kalatoa one here, the stripe is thick, solid and extends all the way to the eye. In the phone pic, it is thin, broken and doesnt reach the eye.

    Other than that, i really have no idea what is going on with this post so i cant give an answer lol.
    This picture is my snake! Wondering why he is using a picture of my 50% Kalatoa Platinum on his posting????

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