Freak Blue-ish snake

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    Scleropages Very Well-Known Member

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    Well Blue-ish grey Jungle python.. Hope it stays this color..... I have posted a pic of it before but here are some more :D

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    Oh wow! Thats awesome. ok- i now have a new fav jungle! Love the marking on his head. actually just love everything about him.
     
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    Wow, that is gorgeous!
     
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    He's a beautiful looking snake, gorgeous colours. How old is he and what's his name?
     
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    Sweet - sensational colors and patterns. Hope they hold.

    What sort of temperment is the little fella displaying so far?????
     
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    Scleropages Very Well-Known Member

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    He could be a she as I haven't sexed it yet... it's around 7 months old,Only one in the cluch to turn this color so far.
    I have yet to name any of my baby snakes , lol

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    Not very snappy at all :)
     
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    Maybe the blue color is his way of camoflage on your ink ;)
     
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    thats awesome!!! if you get any more colouring up like that give us a bzz..
     
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    ahhh its funny it looks alot like you mate alot of blue with the rare normal patch of colour lol

    cracker animal mate
     
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    A few speciens of the South western carpets pythons turn up that also display this blue grey colouring to a degree.
     
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    Kinda looks like a mix between a B&Y and a B&W.
     
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    Scleropages Very Well-Known Member

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    Awesome, where the ones you have seen adults? Just keen to know if it will stay that color , I guess it will go alot duller with age

    The parents where both black and yellow, but I know what you mean
     
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    Oh, I wasn't even thinking you'd crossed them (I don't know why you would, lol), I just thought they looked like a bit of both, just by chance.
     
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    Cracking snake mate... very interesting indeed. Hope it keeps it's colour for you.
     
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    Scleropages Very Well-Known Member

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    All good,I'm not sure what B/W X B/Y would look like I would guess just a dull yellow , I bred B/Ws last season as well - Pics here: http://www.aussiepythons.com/forum/australian-snakes-37/daddy-snake-baby-snake-s-164670/ None had any cool blue-ish grey tho

    Thanks I am hoping some of the cluch mates will color up like this too, some are a weird color
     
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    Thanks for the link, I replied. They look great :)
     
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    Scleropages Very Well-Known Member

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    Hopefully in another 100 years when I breed this one and then it's baby's and it's baby's baby's I might get a High blue-ish Grey Jungle , haha
     
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    i dont wanna wait that long! can I have one now please :)
     
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    Thank god it wasn't your other freakish blue snake =p. Pretty cool jungle.
     
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    lol your all asking the wrong question, the question you should be asking is how much is it :p
     
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