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Old 07-26-03, 07:23 AM   #11 (permalink)
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I would say creating hybrids in snakes that likely will never be in danger (say, the corn) in the wild is less dangerous than creating hybrids in some larger boids who have their natural environment being torn down every day. I realize the corn's environ. too is begin developed, but not even close to the extent. Clear cutting, deveopment, and waste are destroying many habitats for these larger snakes, say, the ETB. Perhaps my argument is a little weak, but it's maybe something to think about. Oh, another thing, there are no hopes now for returning corns to their natural bloodlines, that's why no one really brings that issue up. Interesting thread Linds...
1.0 Reverse Okeetee Corn, 0.1 Albino Snow Corn, 1.1 Irian Jaya Carpet Pythons
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