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Old 09-17-03, 11:39 AM   #17 (permalink)
Join Date: Jul-2002
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I'm with Jeff in both his post, same points I would have made.
I do see both sides of the coin though. You'll never find a creamsicle corn in the wild or an albino spider ball, chances of either are very very rare anyway. That's why I like the piebald ball python so much. In my opinion it is the most stunning naturally occuring morph that could be found in the wild. The chances of some of these designer morphs popping up in the wild are almost next to imposible but that doesn't mean we shouldn't produce them. Combining different colours with different patterns is why I like corns so much. The possibilities are almost endless.
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