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RE: Anyone still have old mud-ugly normals?

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Posted by: PHLdyPayne at Fri May 6 23:06:52 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by PHLdyPayne ]  
   

Plenty of normal dragons (never considered them ugly myself...always liked the look of normals. Find many of the new 'morphs' rather ugly to be honest). Best place to find them will be local classifieds and yeah, petstores could have them too. Keep in mind that the more yellow/orange dragons (not the super orange/yellows or reds)are often found in the wild and several breeders just bred the best colored ones they could get 20 years ago and kept the brightest offspring etc...till you ended up with the more intense colored ones found today.

May take more hunting (check classifieds here too) as most breeders want to sell their colorful higher priced dragons than the normal plain janes. But keep in mind, you do want a healthy animal.
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