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Leucistic Pines

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Posted by: BobS at Sun Oct 6 19:03:50 2013  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by BobS ]  
   

As I've told some folks lately, I've got to be careful about acquiring too many animals. I'm sure that's a common feeling here to keep things in a comfortable zone where it's an enjoyable pastime and not a chore. Not that I'm looking for anything new right now but does anyone know of anyone breeding a nice line of Leucistic Pines? Mellow easygoing campers that are white rather than Pink?

While that seems an odd request as I read this myself, I've noticed in my own dealings over the years that all snakes are individuals but there seems to be evidence that sometimes the dispositions of parent animals seems to be passed down to their young. I've seen where ornery mothers give birth to ornery young and vice/versa... I've e even seen it with friends where easy going friends have easy going parents. Not debating nature/nurture here.


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