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Burm or a ball?

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Posted by: Boacephus at Thu Sep 29 19:32:09 2016  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Boacephus ]  
   

Is there a way to distinguish between a baby burm and a ball? I will post pics soon as get the chance. I adopted 2 snakes, a believe coastal carpet and was told a ball (albino). I have past experience with larger boids, I had a 9' 40lb bci. There are so many pattern morphs its ridiculous. About 2 ft, slender, active when held. It doesnt remind me of a ball. However pattern does not fit burm either....would the number of heat vents or ventrical scales or head scales or something tell me?...thanks in advance


   

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