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Old 10-16-03, 02:37 PM   #1 (permalink)
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What do you think the prettiest snake is??

I am just wondering what type/morph of snakes everyone things is the most brilliant or beautiful. Give me some input.
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Old 10-16-03, 02:50 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Natural colors are the most beautiful!
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then whats your favorite natural snake
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I'm a sucker for normals, but lueicistics & patternless are interesting. Anery or axanthic morphs also make my heart melt.

edit to add: My favorite normal snakes are Green Tree Pythons, Brazilian Rainbow Boas, and Amazon Basin Emerald Tree Boas. Nothing gets better than these three snakes, in my opinion. I already have a BRB and I will aquire the other two sometime next year, hopefully
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I actually meant like specifics.. Albino Queretaro Kingsnake for example.

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Eastern Diamondbacks and Copperheads. And of course a soft spot for Aspidelaps. But I still very much enjoy seeing even a loley racer in the wild.
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I like Anery anything. Prettiest snake on earth is the Woma though. No question about it.
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oh, I forgot about Womas. They are definately a treat to look at.
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Bitis gaboonica rhinoceros is hands down the most beautiful snake, in my humble opinion.
I am also a sucker for the beauty that is Agkistrodon contortrix.

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I usually prefer normals, although I admit I am a sucker for anything leucistic, like leucistic Texas Rats. Albino green burms look really nice too.
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DEfinatly the coper head proly broad band
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gtp or the white bp's, dun remember wut there called, are my 2 favourite's
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There are so many, I can't quite put my finger on just one. Some of my favourites include most of the BC complex, several Epicrates, Scrubs, GTP, and so many more..............................

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Natural colors are the most beautiful!
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A really good okeetee corn snake beats any GTP, BRB, ETB.

Although, I think cave dwelling ratsnakes have a subtle beauty.
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Albino BP

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