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Posted by: Kevin Saunders at Tue Nov 13 14:07:38 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Kevin Saunders ]  
   

>>Hello,
>>
>>A friend of mine recently had an albino ratsnake turned over to him by the owners. We were discussing what species it might be and I wanted to get thoughts/opinions from other ratsnake people here. I know that ratsnakes are hard to place into current species designations of the common NA species based on pictures alone but I thought it couldn't hurt to try. We think it is either a Texas rat or Black rat but even that is possibly wrong. The more I look at the pics the more I see black rat in it based on the colors and girth but I'm not sure as there are not a ton of pictures of albino Texas rat adults out there.
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>>Anyway, what do you guys think?
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>>Thanks,
>>
>>Kyle
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>>Pictures (quick cell phone shots I had my friend send me to post):
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>>Kyle R. Mara
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>>Common sense is genius dressed in its working clothes. - Ralph Waldo Emerson
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