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leucistic carpet python
Ruby-eyed Paradox Lucistic Jaguar carpet python part 1 - YouTube
Henry Piorun views his Lucy/Albino Carpet Python and his latest clutch of Stimsons pythons - YouTube
both animals are paradox and it seems to cancels out the fatal gene somehow. maybe we can produce leucistic carpets?
- 11-Jul-12, 06:58 PM #2
That vid was posted 2 years ago, I am almost certain I read somewhere it died after a short while.
Same as the one that was posted last yearKeeper and/or breeder of various geckos, small dragons, Broad-banded Sand Swimmers, RHD Womas, Jungles and Colubrids
That one's more albino then Lucy especially around the head, I'm guessing that's the only reason its still alive.11:55 PM [Tuatara] Grizz.. is a bear, isnt that a gay term?? I thought he might be with jay or something
will be good to see what happens once henry breeds it.
- 11-Jul-12, 08:31 PM #7
does anyone know what happen to the first one (ruby eyed) a guy from uk pythons claims he has seem it as an adult but i cant find anyone else that can confirm it
Last edited by ghosts; 12-Jul-12 at 07:59 AM.
Wow is it just me or does the first one really have the colouring of a farm pig?
do they die because they are under developed eg lung or heart not formed correctly or is it the neruo problem where the brain just stops sending signals?
- 12-Jul-12, 10:31 AM #11
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Maybe it just needs an asthma puffer, or some steriods to strengthen the muscles.
Someone is going to steal my idea now and make millions.If you love life, don't waste time, as time is what life is made up of
Haha love the post on the stimson one....2.58 minutes...top left hand corner...best part. Of course that relates to the female and her top
Awesome vids tho!"I have not failed. I've just found 10,000 ways that won't work." Thomas Edison
2 X Windora Stimson's (1M&1F)(Turned 1-Jan 2012), 1 X Male Bredli (6years-2012)
As someone already said much more albino than leucistic, and this is most likely the reason it is still alive, i am pretty sure this mutation is called chimera, which is when twins rejoin/don't split correctly at early development stages. With the different sections of the animal having different dna.
The zorst is chimera,Pretty sure that "pied /sunglow" ball is chimera also I am not sure about the half lutino half normal black cockatoo but pretty sure it is an example of chimera also. Pied is a name for a color morph , chimera is a genetic condition.
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