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    Yellow BHP's, i want one, What do you know...

    Hey guys, basically, i want a very strong yellow coloured BHP for my next snake. i already have one, but i want another, i love BHP's and am sticking to them for now.
    I know Dens has nice yellow's and i am considering buying one through dens. I am still open to other breeders/BHP's, so long as its Yellow. I've seen one getting around on the Forum called a Bumble-Bee or something. That's basically what im after. Would even considering buying one off of someone thats not a breeder. I'm not really in a position to purchase RIGHT NOW due to ill probably only have about a $1000 plus ill need an enclosure. I would much prefer getting a hatchie and dont mind spending $1000 on one because i know i can put it in the enclosure with my other BHP in a click-clack for the time being.
    so guys, shoot me any info, advice, opinions or experiences you's have had.
    thanks guys and im looking forward to hearing from you...

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    You won't get one for 1000 bucks. You'd be lucky if you got a bumblebee BHP for 15k, there are hardly any like the bumblebee BHP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AndrewHenderson View Post
    You won't get one for 1000 bucks. You'd be lucky if you got a bumblebee BHP for 15k, there are hardly any like the bumblebee BHP.
    The reason I made this thread, so I could learn more about them actailly. And dens have they're high yellows for a 1000
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mitch_s View Post
    The reason I made this thread, so I could learn more about them actailly. And dens have they're high yellows for a 1000
    i dont know much about bhps but he is right about the bumblebee thing there isnt a real lot of them about i think itd be hard to find one really but there are lots of really yellow ones about that your talking about but there not bumblebees thats what hes talking about
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    Neil Sonneman used to have some cracker creamy yellow BHP's, don't know where they ended up though. This was a photo he sent me a few years back.

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    Bottom left one is a beauty. i just want some thing that's yellow bumble bee is an example but yeah, something with a lot of yellow would be magic

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    i wouldn't put 2 bhp's together unless you want one gone
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    Quote Originally Posted by Snake_Whisperer View Post
    Neil Sonneman used to have some cracker creamy yellow BHP's, don't know where they ended up though. This was a photo he sent me a few years back.
    I think he gave them to the bloke who runs T's BHP's.

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    No sorry, was not me.
    I have got axanthic BHP's and het axanthic/calico BHP's that Neil bred.

    Most BHP's that look yellow as a juvenile will actually loose the yellow colour as it gets older. Not all, but most.
    If you can see the adults and they look like what your after, then thats your best bet.
    Den has some great animals that I think are the ones you are after.

    Hope that helps.
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    yeah Dens as some beautiful ones. so i wouldnt be able to put it in a click clack for while in the other enclouser?
    Quote Originally Posted by onthillside View Post
    No sorry, was not me.
    I have got axanthic BHP's and het axanthic/calico BHP's that Neil bred.

    Most BHP's that look yellow as a juvenile will actually loose the yellow colour as it gets older. Not all, but most.
    If you can see the adults and they look like what your after, then thats your best bet.
    Den has some great animals that I think are the ones you are after.

    Hope that helps.
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    BHP's grow very fast. A click clack won't last long, maybe a couple of months, so it really needs an enclosure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fabregasreptiles View Post
    i wouldn't put 2 bhp's together unless you want one gone
    Interesting - mine are in pairs or soon will be - all with size appropriate partners tho and i'm far from the only person to do so.

    ETA - they are fed seperately tho
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    I would be cautious putting two together, especially of different sizes, as they are naturally reptile eaters. Not sure about even in a click-clack in there, an adult BHP could be strong enough to squeeze it open if determined enough.
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    I would only have it in a click clack for a month at the most. Just long enough to get an 8 foot enclosure for my big boy now. Then if its alright to do so ill put my hatcie/juvy in the 6 footer with the appropriate furniture and what not. But im not willing to do anythifng that runs the risk of putting either snake in danger.

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    Oh yeah - they can shove open a cheap click clack with very little encouragement! Best to start off with at least a small enclosure I wouldn't put BHP's with any other type of reptile and wouldn't put them with each other if the size difference was dramatic - the ones i've put together are of similar sizes (and are adults).

    I'll have to take a pic of Nyx and see if that's kinda what you are after or stronger in colour etc.
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