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RE: Limburg Albino Rosies - Are They "Wacky"

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Posted by: rosybozo at Thu Jun 30 17:57:30 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by rosybozo ]  
   

I have or have had biters that represent all regions. Plomosa AZ, Mulege MX, Long Canyon CA, and many more... as well as just about every albino I've had.

The interesting thing about biting rosys is that Wild Caught rosys basically never bite, yet even a first generation captive bred boa can be big time biters. I've even had some that were produced by a female that had been collected while gravid, and the babies still bite everything that moves.

With captive bred rosys it really seems makes a difference how they are fed, but I also think that some (like albinos) have more of a tendency to bite. Could be inbreeding I guess... not sure.

Awhile back I got big male whitewater rosy in the mail and my wife was being helpful by opening the package for me. I got a text with this image. She was not pleased. I didn't have that snake for very long.


   

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