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    So beautyful.

    https://www.morphmarket.com/us/c/rep...pythons/202010

    Such bright yellows? Or flashy photo work?

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    Re: So beautyful.

    I know the guy selling that snake. I'll probably see that snake at a show we are vending tomorrow, if I do I'll get another picture of it. I'm guessing it is a bright yellow but the pic was also taken in a light box, so a little of both.
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    Re: So beautyful.

    Quote Originally Posted by 67temp View Post
    I know the guy selling that snake. I'll probably see that snake at a show we are vending tomorrow, if I do I'll get another picture of it. I'm guessing it is a bright yellow but the pic was also taken in a light box, so a little of both.
    Cool.... post photos if you get them.

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    Re: So beautyful.

    Quote Originally Posted by Skyrivers View Post
    https://www.morphmarket.com/us/c/rep...pythons/202010

    Such bright yellows? Or flashy photo work?
    Doubt it is flashy photo work.

    Considering my female coastal looks like this.






    This snake is a mutt. She's a coastal mix of some type and wasn't bred for color, she just is.

    If you really want to see true beauty, look at the carpets from the Australian wild.

    Some of the most stunning carpets in the world are there.

    As for here, if you selectively breed an animal for color, you will eventually get it.

    I'd say that snake is probably very close to what you see there, if not better.

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    Re: So beautyful.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gio View Post
    Doubt it is flashy photo work.

    Considering my female coastal looks like this.






    This snake is a mutt. She's a coastal mix of some type and wasn't bred for color, she just is.

    If you really want to see true beauty, look at the carpets from the Australian wild.

    Some of the most stunning carpets in the world are there.

    As for here, if you selectively breed an animal for color, you will eventually get it.

    I'd say that snake is probably very close to what you see there, if not better.

    What an amazing animal you have there. Thanks for chiming in.

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    Re: So beautyful.

    Thanks.

    Carpet pythons are a favorite of mine.

    Carpets and boas are all I really need 😊👍

    Wallace is the bonus snake 🐍

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    That's indeed a very beautiful snake, I've always found carpet pythons to be the most fascinating, I just love their colors and patterns. Just don't tell my ball python, Crowley, that I said that.

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    Re: So beautyful.

    The title on the mm listing is wrong but appears to right in the description. It isn't a diamond jag but is a jungle jag.

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    Re: So beautyful.

    Quote Originally Posted by 67temp View Post
    The title on the mm listing is wrong but appears to right in the description. It isn't a diamond jag but is a jungle jag.

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    It says in the description it is 25% diamond.


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    Yup you are right, thats what I get for just skimming it. At the show it was listed as jungle jag on it's tank.
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