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Posted by: FR at Fri Dec 1 14:38:39 2006  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by FR ]  
   

A high percentage of all the snakes on this forum are no longer representitive of what occurs in nature, therefore are mutates or mutts or whatever sad name you want to call them.

Its oh so simple. If you look at it and it does not look like one from nature, then its a cross, morph, MM(manmade)intergrade, non natural.

whether its a getulus cross, or a lampro cross, really does not make a difference.

For instance, many flas and calkings, are no longer local types. They have been bred AWAY from what occurs, even if their ancestors once occurred naturally. Cheers


   

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