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Old 09-21-03, 07:40 PM   #16 (permalink)
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Cause your ruining a PERFECTLY good snake......now what if someone takes that hybrid and breeds it to another normal snake......your gonna mess up freaking genes

Hate it......against it....BYE!
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Cause your ruining a PERFECTLY good snake......now what if someone takes that hybrid and breeds it to another normal snake......your gonna mess up freaking genes

Hate it......against it....BYE!
the same could be said about morphs.

you're taking a perfectly good normal snake and breeding defective genes into the blood line. (albino is a defective gene, as is piebald etc).
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Old 09-21-03, 08:18 PM   #18 (permalink)
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Selective breeding --YES

Hybridization-- NO

Genetic engineering(splicing ect)-- NO

Anything that can't be done in nature, due to natural population stress, shouldn't be done by bumbling Homo sapien sapiens.

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how is producing hybrids really any different from producing albinos (used as an example)?? Both are statistically unlikely to occur in nature. Through selective breeding is the handler not "playing god."
Because most morphs ARE naturally occurring. The first albino ball was a WC, the first anery BCI was a WC, the first albino burm was a WC, the first anery BRB was a WC... I could go on forever. They may be uncommon, but not unnatural. Not only are these naturally ocurring, but they are still the same, pure blood.
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Ok, what about albino Bci's which arent pure blood.. Both a hybid and introduction of a mutated gene (Though Im sure it's a valid gene naturally with them). Should-would that change anyones mind who is keeping them that is against hybrids?
Also, what about breeding natural intergration comparable specimens, such as a corn snake and a Fl Pine snake? Im sure its possible if they've bred a Southern to a Corn..
Just curious.
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