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Old 08-20-03, 12:59 PM   #7 (permalink)
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I agree with Invictus, and to answer TimF I would say that it goes with a lot of animals on the market. Breeding is a subject that we can talk about for years, just look at us human look at your family tree we all might be surprise, Just look at your last name do you think they were thousands in the beginning. So I think you over reacted. But the real problem is over inbreeding. they should always inject new blood in a line after awhile. So you should go back the store and talk with the “ breeder” nobody else ‘cause often, employees don’t know what they are talking about. That way all your questions will be answered. Don’t forget that inbreeding doesn’t always mean bad stock. Your snake could be in excellent health even if he was inbreed.
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