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RE: The Future of Anerys?

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Posted by: boidmorphs at Mon Apr 22 06:22:10 2013  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by boidmorphs ]  
   

Dave, I agree with you 100%. I'll be glad if you do have something similar going on, if not exactly the same gene so Europe has a taste of it and we can collaborate our findings. In my second litter from the original parents, I had four babies that looked like their father. Then, when this male was put back to him mom, there were three like himself and three much lighter ones that looked noticeably different than the anerys that preceded them.
As I said, these three may just be normal variations within a litter that I haven't seen before, OR, is it something different as a result of putting the son back to mom? Time will tell when these are bred someday.
Please keep us updated with your findings and thank you for your input.


   

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