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    Default unusual leopard gecko hatchling

    This one is hypo mack snow x snow blizzard. I'll be curious to see how she develops and how black shw stays:



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    almost looks like a fat tail, lol. Congrats!
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    I was gonna say are you sure your leos are leos! If she stays like that, I think we may have a new morph on our hands
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    Very cool!
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    wow, that's so pretty! i love adult leos, but i'm always sad when they start to change from their hatchling colors/ patterns. i'd love to see how this one progresses!
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    Very cool. You should snap a few other pics!
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    Wow he's wild looking!
    Congrats! Keep us posted as she grows
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    That would be a very cool new morph, if it stays thanks for sharing!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MPLexus301 View Post
    Very cool. You should snap a few other pics!
    I will be taking pictures as she grows and will also be taking pictures of the parents. I have a friend who produced a very different looking Mack snow that's also unusual and we're documenting so we can do an article (for Gecko Time) ultimately about unusual snow outcomes).

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    a leo in a fat-tail suit! hahaha very nice

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