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RE: The Future of Anerys?

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Posted by: BoidMorphs at Fri Apr 19 20:32:21 2013  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by BoidMorphs ]  
   

Well Cliff, it's not that anything got by Tim. He knew he had something really unusual, but like myself, since he'd never seen anything like it before, he had no clue what it was.
I had a great working relationship with Tim and, when I knew he wanted to get out of the business, I asked him if he'd consider selling me his bright yellow male brb. He said he'd love to, but it had died, after having escaped from it's enclosure in the dead of Winter (he kept his animals in heated cages in an unheated outdoor shed). He said it had sired a litter and he'd be happy to sell me a pair, which I jumped on hoping they'd show their dad's trait. Tim provided this pic of his male which is where my project's lineage got started.



   

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