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    New members of the family

    Here are some new members to the family since I've been gone. I have a new P. Regalis (indian ornatmental) 6inches & fiesty named Grey Fang. I also got a Pied Ball Python named Guinevere. Also here is a pic of Slugo my Theraposa Blondi doing some morning Yoga? lol
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    Re: New members of the family

    alright!!!!

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    Re: New members of the family

    Neat! Slugo looks very... graceful, haha. So...... what is a "pied?" Is that when snakes have that white to them, also? (trying to edumacate myself on some snake stuff... and it's more fun to discuss than Google!)

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    Re: New members of the family

    Nice pied! I want some of those too!

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    Re: New members of the family

    Thanks! Slugo is a pain latley...haired the crud out of me when i was cleaning his enclosure. Pied is a recesive trait that causes the white, some are referred to as High (more white) and Low (less White). I really love the color change in them.

    Thanks Rick! It was a hard decision between her and a super pastel.

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    That white is just completely bizarre.... but so neat. Are there snakes that are 100% pied? ...not albino because even albino has some color (compared to this guy's whiteness).

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    Re: New members of the family

    She is high pied, I think (but definetly not sure) that they have pure white ones called "Snow". They look really cool, I'll try to find a pic And Slugo just molted found out why he was angry...lol didnt look like he was in pre-molt...

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    Re: New members of the family

    Blondi yoga Is it a true T. blondi if so you should post some pics please. Also is it male or female?
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    I will Try to get more pics, molt looks like a female

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