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Old 07-18-03, 12:19 PM   #1 (permalink)
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are there any blue snakes?

I could have sworn I saw a Tree python, or tree boa, and it was this really bright/deep blue color, but I cant seem to find a picture of it now. Does anyone know what Im talking about? Maybe because it was a baby it was blue, and it gets more green as it gets older, but this was an awesome looking snake.
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Old 07-18-03, 12:21 PM   #2 (permalink)
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There are blue green tree pythons.
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Old 07-18-03, 12:38 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Also Vietnamese Blue Beauties. They are large Asian Rats. Mark I.
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there are some spp. of garter snakes that have alot of blue on them, but they arent all blue
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I have seen racers with a blue tent.
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Green Tree Pythons can be a beautiful blue. Mike Perry has an awesome solid blue female... if only...*dreams* She's even more beautiful in real life... http://market.king snake.ca/image/1184.jpg .As mentioned Boomslangs are blue, as well as Vietnemese Blue Beauty snakes are also blue and grey. As much as I do not wish to advocate hybrids....oh man...these snakes are INSANE!!! Click <a href="http://www.corallus.com/urbanjungles/hybrids.html">here</a> to see what I mean! They don't get much more blue than that!
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I don't like the way they look, but thats me. Plus i guess it's because i don't agree with hybrids either.
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Here's a really blue GTP.



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WOW thats one of the coolest snakes ive ever seen
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Heres a blue racer i found this summer...


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There is the blue phase green tree snake in Australia....
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I think those ETBxATB are more green than blue.

Blue racers, yeah!!

Those also the malaysian coral, that's pretty blue.
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I have seen racers with a blue tent.
My tent is green. Have not found a racer with it though. Although I have seen racers with a blue tint
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There are blue cornsnakes, which get bluer when they grow. Seen a couple and they were awesome
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