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The story of "Snow White"....

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Posted by: Guy Scavone II at Thu Jul 8 22:58:32 2004   [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Guy Scavone II ]  
   

I was sorting through some old photos tonight for my website and I came across the very first pic I took of Snow White... she was only 3 Hours old.



She really was that lavendar... when I layed eyes on her I couldn't believe she was real.

This is her now... the "Princess" of my collection.



I just couldn't part with her. Everyone said... "why would you keep a female Snow?! She'll never breed". Well.. when I bought my DH Snows 4 years ago I bought them with the hope of someday producing a Snow. I finally did it last year, why would I ever give her up?!?!

Guess we're going to find out in a couple of years if Snow Females are good breeders... She was the biggest baby in the litter, the first to shed, and still currently the largest animal in the group (i've kept every single one from that litter)

Time will tell, but in the meantime I'll go on enjoying sitting on the couch watching a movie with my lil princess!

Thanks,

Guy Scavone II
Living Art Herpetology


   

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