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RE: why are Dumerils not more popular?

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Posted by: PatHigdon at Fri Jan 6 17:31:28 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by PatHigdon ]  
   

Personally, I think Dums are victims of the "No Morphs" complex. Even though there are a few morphs in the making, There are T Albino (Caramel) Dums in Germany, and a couple people are workin on establishing Hypos here in the states.

Dums are fantastic snakes. It also seems that the only people that appreciate Dums are the people that like "natural" looking snakes. Don't take me wrong, I like morphs, but a normal Dum is one of the prettiest snakes there is.
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Pat Higdon - Higdons Herps, Tuttle, Oklahoma USA
Oklahoma City Herpetological Society Member
2 dumerils boas, 2 rosy boas, 2 burmese pythons, 2 ball pythons, 1 african house snake, 1 albino nelsons milksnake, 2 bearded dragons, 6 leopard geckos, 2 african fat-tail geckos & 1 sulcata tortoise


   

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