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    Re: Vpi pink panther jungle boa

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    I love how several of the markings on his back look like eyes peering out

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    Thanks, yes boa markings are pretty cool
    A lot of locality boas have circle back markings all the way down, I suppose for disguise really

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    Re: Vpi pink panther jungle boa

    Looking great, Rich! Happy and healthy.

    Love the different iterations and looks between different genes mixed with VPI. Jeff is also Jungle, but they have a different look. Appreciate them all.

    Thank you for sharing.

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    Re: Vpi pink panther jungle boa

    Quote Originally Posted by dakski View Post
    Looking great, Rich! Happy and healthy.

    Love the different iterations and looks between different genes mixed with VPI. Jeff is also Jungle, but they have a different look. Appreciate them all.

    Thank you for sharing.
    Thanks Dave
    I Iove the way the vpi gene works with jungle too.
    its a great colour and pattern enhancer and as you say works very different with certain genes

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    Re: Vpi pink panther jungle boa

    A few update pics of my male vpi jungle tonight, he's nice and creamy after his shed over the weekend.
    My tropical plants are doing really well in this heatwave we been having this year, the cannas and bananas are loving it, but alot of flowers normally in flower well into September have already finished flowering, there's hopefully rain tonight and for next few days. we hardly had any rain this year and the resovoires are drying up fast.
    Theres already hosepipe bans down south and the Midlands isn't far off
    Been one of the dryest summers on record, we also had the highest temp ever recorded in UK this month

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    Re: Vpi pink panther jungle boa

    Quote Originally Posted by richardhind1972 View Post
    A few update pics of my male vpi jungle tonight, he's nice and creamy after his shed over the weekend.
    My tropical plants are doing really well in this heatwave we been having this year, the cannas and bananas are loving it, but alot of flowers normally in flower well into September have already finished flowering, there's hopefully rain tonight and for next few days. we hardly had any rain this year and the resovoires are drying up fast.
    Theres already hosepipe bans down south and the Midlands isn't far off
    Been one of the dryest summers on record, we also had the highest temp ever recorded in UK this month

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    If things keep heading in this direction, your Vpi pink panther jungle boa will soon be banned as an invasive species.
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    Re: Vpi pink panther jungle boa

    Quote Originally Posted by Homebody View Post
    If things keep heading in this direction, your Vpi pink panther jungle boa will soon be banned as an invasive species.
    Our winters our generally far too wet and cold for most tropical snakes and lizards to overwinter, that's why we only have 3 native snakes in the UK
    So hopefully not

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    Re: Vpi pink panther jungle boa

    Quote Originally Posted by richardhind1972 View Post
    Our winters our generally far too wet and cold for most tropical snakes and lizards to overwinter, that's why we only have 3 native snakes in the UK
    So hopefully not

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    3!? I had to look that up (https://www.wildlifetrusts.org/how-i...dentify-snakes). I couldn't believe it. As adaptable as snakes are! Present on every continent except Antarctica. And the UK, one of the greenest places on Earth, only supports 3 native species. I dumbfounded.
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    Re: Vpi pink panther jungle boa

    Quote Originally Posted by Homebody View Post
    3!? I had to look that up (https://www.wildlifetrusts.org/how-i...dentify-snakes). I couldn't believe it. As adaptable as snakes are! Present on every continent except Antarctica. And the UK, one of the greenest places on Earth, only supports 3 native species. I dumbfounded.
    Yes mad isn't it, we have a few lizards and even legless lizards

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    FANTASTIC!

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    That one is still getting better and better.

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    Re: Vpi pink panther jungle boa

    Quote Originally Posted by Gio View Post
    FANTASTIC!

    Richard,

    That one is still getting better and better.
    Thanks Gio,
    yes he really has got better, the vpi and jungle genes are a great clean up combo

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