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Posted by gofer on April 14, 2003 at 08:36:49:
In Reply to: I just have to add something . . .> posted by terryp on April 13, 2003 at 12:12:56:
on Steve's website. I was not even interested in the alb. capes at first, i called him to buy some surinames and we got to talking and i mentioned really like pits. He then went on to tell me about the alb. capes and sent me new pics of the babies. They were amazing looking and i just had to have one (wanted more, but too expensive to buy a few, LOL) I'll try to get some new pics of the albino in sunlight, if it ever warms up here in PA. And i'll definitely post baby pics if i'm lucky enouhg to have some this year. It was nice to see Jeremiah posting that alb. cape pic., hopefully he has some babies soon too and they become more common.
HAve a good day Terry,
:The pic that used to be on Steve Weissman's web site doesn't do them justice. I was in Santa Cruz last year for a couple days and was hoping to get to see Steve's serpenterium. Steve was real sick the time I was in Santa Cruz so I didn't go to see him. I wanted to see the albinos in person and talk to him some more on them. My partner Del visited Steve's serpenterium a couple years ago when he picked up the albino bulls and the normal capes we currently have. I use the word albino for Steve's bulls and capes because that is the term he uses. Anyway, the pics you post and a few others I've seen lately from others show a killer looking snake. I'm talking color not a different snake. I remember the one on Steve's web site was probably the second year he produced and only hets were available at the time, but it was probably a bad pic of the snake. Do you happen to remember the pic on his web site? Do you think that pic didn't do them justice.? Thanks Gregg.