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    Default Leucistic Texas Rat

    This is fleck my LTR, he just shed so I thought I'd post some pics.




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    They are beautiful snakes, yours looks awesome, no bug-eyes either

    Do you only have the one or are you planning on breeding them??
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    Default They are one of my favorites...Gorgeous!!

    How's the personality on that guy Matt?
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    Didn't know you had a snake Matt. He's gorgeous - so nice and white. What do you feed him?
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    I like Leucistics but man do some of them have personalities!!!
    Is yours blue eyed? I can't really tell by the pic The blue eyes are my favorite.
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    Gorgeous! I love rat snakes. I had one that a guy across the street from my caught by a construction area. Mean little sucker, but ate like a big. We let him go and have seen him from time to time.
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    Didn't know you had a snake Matt.
    Exactly! Matt, whose snake did you borrow for the photo shoot???

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    Quote Originally Posted by DDReptiles View Post
    They are beautiful snakes, yours looks awesome, no bug-eyes either

    Do you only have the one or are you planning on breeding them??
    Just the one for now, if I ever find a nice female I would definitely pick one up for him!

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    How's the personality on that guy Matt?
    He's a bit of a hisser but he's all talk, I kinda like his attitude though!

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    Didn't know you had a snake Matt. He's gorgeous - so nice and white. What do you feed him?
    Yeah I'm actually more of a snake person than most people think, I also have a Huachaca Mountain AZ Kingsnake and some Womas on the way.
    The LTR chows ft rats.

    Quote Originally Posted by cml3.0 View Post
    I like Leucistics but man do some of them have personalities!!!
    Is yours blue eyed? I can't really tell by the pic The blue eyes are my favorite.
    I think he's considered blue eyed because they are really dark. Not sure though!

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    Great example of the species and morph, Matt! I also would like to mention that your setup looks awesome. People dont seem to realize that many North American colubrids, specifically corns and rats, are quite arboreal. By any chance could you get a picture of your setup on here? Thanks for sharing and beautiful snake!
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    Yeah he is an awesome display snake, he is always climbing around or perched on his bark slabs right out in the open. I'll get some pics of the set up on here soon.

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