Albino Death Adders

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  1. A few pics to show the variety in some of this years progeny.

    Before first shed
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    After first shed and a feed or two.
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    Mum
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    One from last season
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  2. Shotta

    Shotta Very Well-Known Member

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    wow stunning adders love that hatchy in the middle thanks for sharing
     
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    WOW! You are right Nilesh that middle hatchie is amazing same with the darker snake of the far right. I can't wait to own one of these guys

    Would you able to pm me your contact details junglepython if you will still be breeding these guys in A year or so.
     
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    Very pretty. Good work, albino adders are one of my fav elapids.
     
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    They are so amazing! I hope one I can have a pair haha they just look so freaking awesome haha
     
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    I'm not generally a fan of albinos junglepython2, but these I like.
    Mum is gorgeous.
     
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    Mate, these are getting better each year. Still can't export to NZ tho :( Might have to be moving back.

    They much trouble to keep? Fairly robust animals would you say?
     
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    Adders are easy as hell, just don't put your hands near em ;)
     
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    Gorgeous albinos! I especially love the reduced pattern look from last years clutch.
     
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    Or your face or feet;)
     
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    Trust me guys they are amazing I got one from last season and they get even better with every shed
     
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    No convincing needed here Spotlight. ;)
     
  13. Thanks guys. They are much like any other adder Slim6y, if you get them through there first few sheds they are pretty much bullet proof. This seasons litter were born around twice the weight of last seasons as well and they have all had 3 or so feeds and are flying along.
     
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    Can you keep reptiles in NZ?
    When I was growing up I didn't know that, Can you keep exotics if so I might be moving back if their economy gets back on track
     
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    Wow they are amazing, I am loving Adders more and more.

    As far as I know you cannot keep snakes especially in NZ because of the Kiwi's and native birds.
    Lizards are fine (not exotic though I dont think).
     
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    where did you get the pics from
     
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    Wow! Pretty!
    Can't wait for a few years until I can finnaly get and advance licence for some of those... How much would a bub sell for?
     
  18. From my living room?

    Not sure yet, pairs around 1k I'd say.
     
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    When I was in Aussie I kept snakes, but moving back to NZ meant giving the snakes up :( We have plenty of reps here (jewelled gex, tuatara, skinks till you turn blue... But no snakes). Can definitely keep exotics tho - a beardie or blue tongue no probs. Turtles (red earreds, snake neck the works...) - just not snakes.

    So it might mean no to any adders here JP2 :( Would be awesome for a classroom display though hehe... I know I know... I'd only use it as a threat to the naughty kids!
     
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