Snakebytes show on antaresia

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    yeah its a great episode. Really enjoyed it. Peter's snakes are some of the best in Antaresia in the world.
     
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    You gotta love our little Aussie fellas


    the albino made think of and want white chocolate....
     
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    It showed me more about anterisia's im not to big into them but it opened my mind to the different morphs and varieties that are being bred


    Awesome show
     
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    I really like the glow worms :D that was until I saw the albino - wow!
     
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    I was lucky enough to see both varieties at the scales and tails festival in the flesh. Very impressive indeed.
     
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    That was an awesome show and special congrats to Peter,

    I loved the macs:
    ebony mac
    lined mac
    caramel mac
    pearl mac
    granite mac
    albino mac
    blonde mac
    platinum mac
    patternless platinum mac


    Time to morph up, who is breeding/selling caramel, pearl and granite spotted pythons this year? or other spotted pythons morphs not mentioned in the show (like reduced pattern).
    Can any one explain this pearl morph?

    Just realised that one of my macs is an ebony woot woot!
    Considering they have been captive breed here for decades I would have thought that there would be a lot more mac morphs available and different lines, check you collection folks lol
     
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