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- 13-Jul-12, 01:22 PM #17
they are already out there and doing fine in the states.. its doable.. but how morally how would you live with yourself... now ask youself is he being sarcastic??Most everyone's mad here.........You may have noticed that I'm not all there myself....
That mullet is almost as epic as that snake!
As is said junglejags give it ago and report back, on a side note do you keep gtps ?
yes i keep my jungles and gtps at the same temp and humidity. must be doing something right my gtp pair shed perfect everytime, my jungles dont get RI and they breed everytime I pair them up. but i dont know what I talking about...
- 13-Jul-12, 04:26 PM #20
I dont keep GTP's but there seems to be shift away from high humidity with keeping GTP's in the US herp scene. Listen to this it's Terry Phillip talking on Morelia python radio, about how he keeps his animals. Terry Phillip talks everything Morelia 01/14 by Moreliapythonradio | Blog Talk Radio
So the legalities ?
- 13-Jul-12, 05:32 PM #24
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Im not sure just how bad the neuro would be but i imagine it would be terrible. Some things just arnt worth producing or dabbling with.
Gtps are amazing just as they are, i would hate to see them being screwed up with jag genes
Ethics? We put a snake in a wooden box, keep and breed them for our enjoyment. Is that ethical?
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- 13-Jul-12, 05:43 PM #27
- 13-Jul-12, 05:43 PM #28
im not going to do the jag/hybrid debate its been done to death.......
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- 13-Jul-12, 05:55 PM #30
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