Rainbow Jungle

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    ramzee86 Well-Known Member

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    Just a cool pic i took of my Jungle in the sun...
    And can anyone tell me whats up with the singular darkened scales? Its not a problem is it?

    The other pic is of him chillin' in his favourite little hideout, his hut...
     

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    Cool, when i first saw them i thought it might of been burn, but yeh the rainbow sheen is real cool, especially when you take them outside.
     
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    A lot of jungles I've seen, two of mine included, start to grow darker on the top, often with some scales amongst the yellow that go particularly dark and even nearly black. I'd say it's a natural colour change in most jungles.
     
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    Cool thanks guys!
     
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    Hehe that little hut is gorgeous!! lol I love the rainbow sheen!
     
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