Albino death adders.

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  1. Thought I would share a few pics of this seasons albino death adders. All these guys have had there second shed and are starting to gain some colour.

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    And finally a few pics of mum

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  2. Umbral

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    Congrats! They look great :)
     
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    Thats awesome mate, they look like deadly little F'ers!
     
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    Unreal they look great mate
     
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    Beautiful, congrats !

    I agree with Skelhorn, Adders to me have always looked really fearsome, despite their relatively small size.
     
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    could a hatchy kill?? i couldnt have one, id wanna hold it.
     
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    Have you made a will JD, remember me in it Bro :lol:
     
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    Awesome mate, well done!!
     
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    Very pretty JP2. Looks like there will be some stunners amongst them, keeping them all? I know I would want to...
     
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    I'd want to keep them all too lol
     
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    wooooowwww! awesome babies, albino adders are one of my favourites
     
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    I found mine to be real aggressive..? hows yours..?
     
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    How much would one of these go for. I would think they would be expensive as hell
     

  14. I'll hold a couple back but will be selling some soon.

    Yeah much the same, makes them a dream to feed though.

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    If you had an anaphlyatic reaction I'm sure they could. If it was purely the effects of the venom I'd think you'd have to let them have a good chew to be lethal but hard to say as everyone reacts differently.
     
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    How much are they sale for? ;)
     
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    Very nice looking snakes :)
     
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    Nice work !!!!!
     
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    They make a beautiful adult snake for sure. Hows mum she would be fairly quite wouldn't she?
    Most wild adders I deal with are pretty docile, but any sort of injury turns them into a weapon of mass destruction.
    Nice looking animals.
     
  19. Yeah mum is a dream, handles a hook really well. I don't free handle but I'm fairly confident you could get away with it with her without any dramas. The babies on the other hand don't need much encourgement to bite which makes feeding them really easy. I was away recently and my sister managed to feed the whole litter without problems and she had never fed an adder before that day.
     

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