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    How to tell leopard from normal?

    Iíve seen so many different leopards and in some cases they look distinctly different and sometimes not. I need help taking a peek at a BP I am considering buying to make sure itís a leopard. I donít want to post the photos on here as I donít own the right to them. So if I could PM the photos that would be amazing. Would be super grateful if someone wanted to help me out as I am a bit of a newbie to this!

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    Re: How to tell leopard from normal?

    Side by side with normals you can see the differences.

    *.* TNTC

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    Leopard should be easy to spot, the pattern is just so different than a normal. I'm not great at IDing all morphs but leopard has always been an easy one for me to see for some reason. You can PM me a picture of the one in question if you'd like my opinion on if it's leopard or not.

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    Leopard vs normal is really an easy ID now spotting leopard in some combos can be a little more difficult.

    The trick is a quality picture.

    And you may post the picture here.
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