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    Makes me think of hairless cats. I feel so sorry for them.
    Always in Transition

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    I don't particularly care for the way it looks in a lot of BPs, but it does change the colors a bit, and I think it has potential to make some really cool looking animals. Scaleless oketee corns are to die for in my opinion, and I'd love to see some of my favorite parts of that pattern/coloration in BPs, like using darkening/blackback type of genes.

    As far as the health of the animal, I've heard very different things depending who is talking about it. I would reserve my judgment that its bad in captivity till I have more information. It's certainly not good in the wild.
    7.22 BP 1.4 corn 1.1 SD retic 0.1 hognose

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    I don't like it, if I wanted worms I'd own worms. Snakes should have scales imo.

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