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    Default A boost to my tiger colony (new cresteds)

    Quick recap-I need to get new pics of them all since these are outdated, but here are the tigers I already have (looks like 1.2).




    I just picked up some unrelated tigers to add to this project and thought I'd share a few quick pics. Some of these were taken right out of the box at my office with a different camera, which is why some will look different.

    We'll start off with my favorite of the new bunch.





    This little spitfire is the reason he/she has a stumpy tail (but what goes around comes around).



    Finally, I don't think I've seen this one fully fired up yet but this is the best I could do.



    One thing's for sure-there will be a lot of variation in appearance when I do start hatching some kids from this group.

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    Very nice variety of tigers!
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    I love all your tigers! I'll certainly be keeping an eye on this future project

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    I am not usually a tiger lover, but I really like yours. Those are some really nice tigers.
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    Glad you guys like them. I'm whittling my crested colony down to just the tigers (and a sweet male pin I can't bear to part with). Since no one seems to focus on tigers anymore and it's so hard to find nice ones, I figured I might as well try my hand at some selective breeding in that direction. I just hope I don't get stuck with all the hatchlings now that everyone's focusing on other traits.

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    Nice! Not a lot of people seem to actively keep a tiger group. Its cool to see so many all together! And so many varieties.
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    Its soo nice to see something diffrent. Those first 3 are gorgeous. Good luck!

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    I love tigers. XD I have a friend who thinks I'm crazy for it.
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    tiggerific bunch of cresties. i remember seeing a really nice one on a classified section not too long ago that was quite extreme. they aren't a common type either. good luck with the group you have.
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    wonderful to see another person focusing on tigers! they are so overlooked and its a shame.

    im working with a pair now and look forward to adding more in the future. cant wait to see your updates!
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