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    I decided to take a couple shots of Snow with something better than the cell phone. He is the second partho baby that made it to adulthood. The snout scales on this guy always grab my attention for.some reason.




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    Gorgeous!! I can't wait it have a leachie or 2 myself
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    Such intricate scaling. He's beautiful.
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    What a beauty!!! I'm still suprised that males can be pRthos.
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    I think the unique look of this boy may make him the best candidate for finding genetic proof of parthenogenesis in this species. I need to get some good comparison headshots of his mother. He looks nothing Iike her. You might expect perfect visual clones, but minor variances that get stacked may have a greater impact than we know.

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