fresh shed bred

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  1. yommy

    yommy Very Well-Known Member

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    My female Hypo bredli shed today so i took a few quick happy snaps to share.

    This is solar17 line bredli and i think they are stunning animals.

    And as the titles says,

    "you can't beat a fresh shed bred"

    :) :) :)
     

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    Looks the goods mate you have to be happy with them.
     
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    I'm gonna have to invest in something of Solar's...he has amazing animals.
     
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    Simply irresistable :):):)
     
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    Well you defineatly wouldn't be dissapointed ...............

    Really good down to earth bloke to deal with and the animals speak for themselves.

    My male is currently coming into shed so once his gone through it i'll post some more pics. i am finding it hard to pick between them....
     
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    Wow:shock: Thats nice
     
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    Really really nice mate.
     
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    Stunning snake mate!
    Great pics too :)
     
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    cheers for the comments they are a very nice species of pythons for sure. Out of the morelia family they would have to be one of my favourites. The thing i like most about this girl besides the vibrant oranges is the head pattern. Pic 4 shows it really well. Nice yearling for sure :)
     
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    Really really nice Bredli, Yommy. That head pattern is just stunning too!
     
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    Well the male took forever to shed but has finally stepped out in his new skin for a photo shoot.

    Not the best conditions with the weather, overcast and rainy but he didn't seem to mind and the colour and pattern came out nice and clean

    See what you think?
     
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    opps
     

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    Bredli

    if your into hypos theres definately not much black on them...by the way nice pool yommy...cheers solar 17 [baden]
     
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    bredli really dont do it for me but that is quite nice actually! How will they look in another few years? Still as bright or will they dull out a bit?

    Cheers,
    Dave
     
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    v. nice :)
     
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    Couldn't tell you to be honest as these are my first bredli's but the parents are very nicely coloured so i hope they take after them. i guess time will tell.

    Yes baden being such as crappy day for photos, i thought the pool area with the sandstone and blue off the pool would constrast the vibrant orange nicely.

    They turned out nice and arty........ :) 1st pic is my favourite...........
     
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    heres a perching shot the male loves to perch like a GTP all the time. Got a good shot from underneath as well
     

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    nice enlcosures yommy.....what are the backgrounds printed on?

    Cheers,
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    It is the aquarium style water proof paper. I've had that bank for over 10 years now but the backings are 2 ft bottom to top, it just brakes the white up.
     
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    Female was up for another shed today, staying nicely coloured and growing well :)

    male currently in the sloughing phase

    See what you think. i'll put some up of the male once his done and dusted..................
     

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