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I am glad to see them finally show up.

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Posted by: James Wilson at Wed Sep 28 13:09:06 2005  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by James Wilson ]  
   

I would really like to see them after they shed out. I would suspect that they will darken up considerably (I know a couple of my babies have).

Out of the 3 different lines of Snows that have produced, I would have to say that I still like the Snows that were created with the Morongo anerys best. My preference is based solely on the pics that AAA Reptile Supply were using in their ads over the last couple of years. I happen to prefer the solid black eye against the white snake. I think that it sets it apart and makes it look less like an albino/amel.
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