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Discussion in 'General Reptile Discussion' started by Freckle1, Mar 5, 2018.

  1. Nero Egernia

    Nero Egernia Subscriber Subscriber

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    Are they simply lucky to breed all these mutations or do they acquire them through other means? Seems a bit odd that only a few big breeders happen upon such rarities when theoretically any clutch may magically hatch the next new and sort after morph.
     
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  2. Pauls_Pythons

    Pauls_Pythons Power Seller Power Seller

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    Often projects are sold off before they meet their full potential and I would imagine many breeders wouldn't have the buying power or the contacts to manage to get hold of them. (Other than those wit serious financial clout)

    i'm assuming some of these animals at least have been line bred over several generations without offspring being released for public sale or others could have turned up on the market which would impact the potential.

    I'm sure @George would have some insight he might be happy to share.
     
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    That albino RBB - DAMN!!!
     
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