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RE: What Will I Get

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Posted by: tspuckler at Thu Aug 8 10:15:56 2013  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by tspuckler ]  
   

You really didn't answer the question that was asked. Most snakes, whether hybrids or not, are not marketed as such. People generally don't want "mutt" snakes. I saw my first "jungle corns" 25 years ago and they haven't made a dent in the market. If people wanted them, they'd be more popular.

At any show I've been to (and I've been to a lot of them) reptiles marketed as hybrids were less than 5% of what was being offered (and usually closer to 1%). They have not "caught on" in any significant way and have had plenty of time to do so.

I'd like to hear your answers to tbrophy's questions, instead of seeing you dodge those questions with statements you cannot prove.

Ball Pythons and Common Boas are pet store staples and I doubt very much that those sold in stores have been hybrized...and I also think they make up more than .1% of the snakes sold by pet stores. So a lot of what you've been saying has been a load of crap. And that's the problem with many hybrid breeders - they'll say anything to justify what they do.

So rather than spew inaccurate information, can you answer the questions that were asked?

Tim


   

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