What are peoples views on these???

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  1. Pinoy

    Pinoy Very Well-Known Member

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    Hi all,

    I found this site ages ago and thought some of the snakes looked pretty cool.

    I can appreciate a beautiful snake regardless how it came to be but I'm just not sure how I feel about these ones.

    What do you guys think?

    Mesozoic Reptiles - Hybrid Snakes & More

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    KaotikJezta Very Well-Known Member

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    Some of them look like rubber snakes that have had the colours painted on them. Very bright but I'm not sure how I feel about them really.
     
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    They are stunning colored snakes, and if I did live where they legally could be kept I would not mind having some. And did yOu see how cheap some of them are!
     
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    Black.Rabbit Well-Known Member

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    I'm not a big fan of milk snakes, and most of them on that site look very milk snake..ish....

    although in saying that, if I lived in the US, and with those prices, I would probably get one or two...
     
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    personally dislike man made hybrids, whatever the reason, just no.

    color wise love the kingsnake/milksnake family, so i do like em although some of the albinos look downright scary
     
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    although i love the colours they look to fake.. to artificial for my liking. id take my womas over them.
     
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    As beautiful as some hybrids look, I wish people could just respect the natural beauty of animals without meedling with there genes. I think we are lucky to live in a country where people work so hard to keep bloodlines pure and hybridisation isnt that huge over here yet.
     
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    Beautiful little Frankenstiens monsters, they really are stunning little freaks.
     
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    People to whom natural beauty becomes no longer desirable entity, are no longer naturalists. With the urge to surpass nature, they become creators of the unnatural. Does it mean a step into a higher level or lower level?
    I guess it depends who is the judge.
     
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    They look like colourful worms IMO lolly snakes ;)
    I'd prefer something that actually looks like a real wild snake
     
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    I am not into brids, but new morphs and colors are great for the pet/reptile trade.
     
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    i think there COOL, I'd defiantly get some
     
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    Why would you get one defiantly? You would resist the opportunity?
     
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    Some are cool and some im not sure on!!!
     
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    Some are actually nice, but id probably prefer ozzie snakes then them plastic looking snakes.
     
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    snakeluvver Very Well-Known Member

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    They're attractive I guess, but I'm 100% against hybrids so no thanks.
    Just seem tacky to me.
     
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    Hybrids are cool and all but why does the site have to name the colour morph when they're talking about the mixes?
     
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    i love milksnakes, wish we could have them here!
     
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    i have not problem with hybrids reptiles
     
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    All the colour varieties remind me of Koi fish for some reason...don't mind the patterns and colours, but not a fan of the snakes. I'll stick with awesome Aussie pythons thanks!
     
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