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    Darker scales on albino BP?

    I noticed these darker scales on him a few months ago. Iím guessing these are normal because he seems healthy (perfect sheds, eats each week) just checking so I donít have to worry



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    The slightest ding shows up pretty good on albinos/leucistics. Can usually find a few "off" colored scales at any given time that are in a state of repair. I only start to get curious if they last more than a few shed cycles.

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