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RE: "Chita "Babe" updates

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Posted by: boidmorphs at Wed Jun 17 19:21:58 2015  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by boidmorphs ]  
   

Both look great! The top pic looks more on the red side so it's possible it may get a little darker with age (which I like). The orange one could just appear to be a larger version of what we see now, or...who knows LOL??? As Cliff mentioned, knowing what the parents looked like helps, otherwise it's just a question of wait and see.
Whenever I have a litter of rainbow boas, I always let them shed at least twice before putting them up for grabs. I've seen some tremendous variations within the same litter, that weren't so obvious at birth. I find time makes a big difference with these guys, at least with the ones I'm working with.
Would you believe these two are litter mates? The lighter one, (anery) pictured on the left, is the SAME animal pictured as an adult in the thread below this one. Talk about change with age!


   

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