Albino Carpet Pics

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  1. morelia_morphs

    morelia_morphs Active Member

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    Hi everyone,

    I was chatting to Dr Stone from Southern Cross Reptiles over the weekend and he mentioned that he was going to start taking orders for next seasons Albino carpet pythons in a couple weeks time. Thought I would use this piece of news as an excuse to show off a couple pics of my 2 yr old male albinos. Both of them are really different from each other, one that i like to call a "classic" and the other one is extremely pale.

    Regards

    MM
     
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    Wow they are toatally awesome beautiful snakes!!!!! I really love the last picture, the yellow is so strong!
     
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    They are awesome Morelia, I'm soooooo jealous. Any idea what hatchlings would be worth?
     
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    By the way welcome to the site.
     
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    I like the one with the strong yellow on it. Any more pics???
     
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    Thanks for the compliments guys. Yeah i absolutely love the one with strong yellow. To be honest I havent taken that many pics of them. Here are a couple more, one of the strong yellow one when he was a yearling and the other of a female taken at around 6mths old.

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    Wow your female looks alot like Blondie! That's the first one I have seen that looks so much like her
     
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    mate they are getting better and better as they get older. Remember the Commodore Ad??? I just WANT one!
     
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    great looking snakes
    bet you have people lineing up to get their hands on some babies from them
     
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    true, how far away from breeding are you?
     
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    Very nice. Its good to see what a bit of hard work and perseverance can get you!!! Some Very nice snakes!!!

    Cheers Rossco.
     
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    Oh my god they r so nice. Welcome 2 the site morelia_morphs
     
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    They are wonderfull looking pythons, great stuff
     
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    Retic Almost Legendary

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    Beautiful snakes, I love the bright yellow one.
     
  15. morelia_morphs

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    Cheers everyone. The males are probably around breeding size but will have to wait till next year till the female is ready.
    Rossco: not sure about the hard work bit, lol. I have just been fortunate enough to breed a couple clutches of stuff over the last couple years.
     
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    morelia_morphs - I have just been fortunate enough to breed a couple clutches of stuff over the last couple years.

    so what other stuff have you bred
     
  17. MrBredli

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    Are you going to put the male over a normal female or two this coming season?
     
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    nice albinos
     
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    Pretty snakes :) Some of the cleanest enclosures I've seen too :)
     
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    gerat snake I have always wanted an albino carpet

    Good luck breeding next year :D
     
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