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    Re: Scaleless Death Adder

    Wow thats nuts, i had no idea there was another, besides the scale-less bp.
    Thanks for sharing.

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    Re: Scaleless Death Adder

    Quote Originally Posted by juddb View Post
    Wow thats nuts, i had no idea there was another, besides the scale-less bp.
    Thanks for sharing.
    Brian at BHB (I'm not even going to attempt to spell his last name) has scale-less corn snakes that he's breeding.

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    Re: Scaleless Death Adder

    Quote Originally Posted by rabernet View Post
    Brian at BHB (I'm not even going to attempt to spell his last name) has scale-less corn snakes that he's breeding.
    They just look so odd without scales!

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    Re: Scaleless Death Adder

    Quote Originally Posted by rabernet View Post
    Brian at BHB (I'm not even going to attempt to spell his last name) has scale-less corn snakes that he's breeding.
    I was not aware that he had Scale-less Corns. I did know he had Scale-less Texas Rat Snakes. Those are the Red and Black ones you see in some of the Snakebytes videos.

    The other thing I noticed is there are no post about "how wrong it is to produce this animal that has no scales" yet. (Not my opinion)
    As most have seen the scaleless ball python and Derma ball threads there are several people that think it is wrong to produce a scale-less snake.

    I am curious how many people are producing Scale-less Death Adders. Guess that depends on the size of the Death Adder community. The website says there are 2 different types or locations and they are in other collections.

    As for this animal. I think it is very interesting, and strangely beautiful. It almost looks Velvety and the colors are very nice.

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    Re: Scaleless Death Adder

    Quote Originally Posted by JAMills View Post
    I was not aware that he had Scale-less Corns. I did know he had Scale-less Texas Rat Snakes. Those are the Red and Black ones you see in some of the Snakebytes videos.
    If you like his rat snakes, you should see the corns. It's insane how bright the colors are without the scales to tone them down. Maybe if he gets enough requests they'd show up on an episode of snakebytes.

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    Re: Scaleless Death Adder

    I read a huge thing on scale-less beardies and test on them. They hold hydration almost the same as a normal but the skin is much more fragile (obviously). Scale-less morph is cool, but unnatural to me. Thanks for posting pics, cool find.
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    Re: Scaleless Death Adder

    WOW crazy cool

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    Re: Scaleless Death Adder

    That's awesome!! I want one.
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    Re: Scaleless Death Adder

    Now that snakes got a fat little butt. lol. It looks soo soft too. Kinda feel sorry for it though. They really arent as tough looking without all those cool scales.
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    Re: Scaleless Death Adder

    Looks like velvet. I was only aware of the scaleless BP, very cool!!!
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