The last one out

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Looks to red to be straight Anery… Ghost or strawberry maybe? Love trying to guess corn morphs on newborns. Colors are so much more vivid than sub adults/adults.

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Ghost bloodred this last one. Had some lovely platinum and hypo platinums in this clutch too and strait anery

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Would honeslty love to see pics of the entire clutch. The variety within same morphs is always a joy to see.

And hey! I was almost right with the Ghost guess! I’m getting sorta better lol

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1st time female first clutch 5 eggs viable. Dropped a smaller 2nd clutch 2 eggs viable. I usually stick to known genetics but went with a female I bred and a male I acquired. A nice suprised. I usually only breed lavender combos these days too

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Such a beautiful picture. If you photograph the rest of the clutch it would make a beautiful calender or coffee table book. Maybe it could help muggles appreciate snakes.

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Ha ha I am pretty sure that is a Harry Potter reference. If not, no clue what a muggle is. :mage:t2:‍♂

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Yes it is.:grin: Muggles are the nonmagical people or in this case nonsnake keepers.
Seriously, people who fear snakes may never have seen how beautiful they can be. A beautiful picture can lead to curiosity that may lead to the person learning to appreciate snakes, bugs, lizards…

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@akmorphs is a good example of that.

She was terrified of snakes, seen a YouTube video from Brian Barczyk and ended up at a expo a few weeks later to purchase her first ever snake.

What we don’t understand, we fear. What we fear, we judge as evil.

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In my defense, I was handed a snake (Penny the banana) and was terrified of him.
I didn’t know how to say “no” to the Wilbanks guys, so I said “I’ll take him”.

That’s how I ended up with a snake. :woman_shrugging:

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