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    What is this morph? 🤷

    https://ibb.co/ZMRK1M4

    Not sure what this is. It was sold to the original owner as a normal, but I feel it's looking like something else. Thoughts?

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    Re: What is this morph? 🤷

    How about a picture of the belly?
    *.* TNTC

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    Re: What is this morph? 🤷

    We are actually going to look at him on Saturday. Curious people's opinions as he looks like something other than normal.

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    Pay the $20 normal price. It's missing (in the pics) eyes for the alien heads, so sorta normal maybe. It should make a nice pet. If your looking to breed, the market it flooded.

    Now, take this with a grain of salt, you pick your pets an friends. Don't let others tell you what pet you should like or get. You'll know if the snake is for you.

    Good luck!

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    Re: What is this morph? 🤷

    Appreciate the opinions. The market is flooded with common things and people with no vision. I'm uncommon. 🤪

    It's always fascinating to me how many people try to discourage others from trying something they want to do. Me personally? I prefer to lift people up. Every person who is great at what they do was once told they couldn't do it by someone, somewhere. With the right research, vision, dedication and planning anything is possible my friend. #lifelessons

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    Re: What is this morph?

    Quote Originally Posted by PythonsAndMore View Post
    https://ibb.co/ZMRK1M4

    Not sure what this is. It was sold to the original owner as a normal, but I feel it's looking like something else. Thoughts?
    Maybe a low white calico at least the alien heads kinda look like that.

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    Last edited by Prog1800; 09-25-2020 at 06:11 PM.

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    Itís a very nice looking animal.
    1.0 Black Pastel Pinstripe
    1.0 Reduced Pattern Clown
    1.0 Low White Pied
    1.0 Hypo Super Enchi

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    Re: What is this morph? 🤷

    Quote Originally Posted by PythonsAndMore View Post
    Appreciate the opinions. The market is flooded with common things and people with no vision. I'm uncommon. 🤪

    It's always fascinating to me how many people try to discourage others from trying something they want to do. Me personally? I prefer to lift people up. Every person who is great at what they do was once told they couldn't do it by someone, somewhere. With the right research, vision, dedication and planning anything is possible my friend. #lifelessons

    I don't think the intentions of that reply were to discourage you or demean your goals in any way. It was simply a word of caution. Too often we see people on here wanting to breed normal bps for "practice" which in turn floods the market even more. And I'm not implying that those are your intentions, I'm simply using it as an example. If your dreams are to breed bps and come out with world's first morphs, then chase those dreams and we won't get in your way at all! We just want to see what's best for the animals first and foremost, but we also want to watch out for each other as a reptile community. Be sure to do your research and know what you're getting into and then by all means reach for the stars.

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