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RE: how to produce a scaless

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Posted by: darkenism at Tue Feb 22 19:36:43 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by darkenism ]  
   

sounds like you mean whats called a silkback....you have to breed 2 italian leatherbacks together to produce that...from what ive been told they are pretty delicate though..high mortality rate...and they have special needs...you have to increase the humidity for them and put lotion on them as well... i got the chance to touch one at a reptile show this past saturday...they are really weird..feels like a baby's skin...looks like they have shedding issues to me as well
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