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Re: Ghost Bull question...can anyone help?


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Posted by NZ on April 19, 2003 at 01:40:59:

In Reply to: Ghost Bull question...can anyone help? posted by stevebinnig on April 18, 2003 at 18:42:41:


If you give some more info, as to who you are getting them from and could post pics and price that would make it a lot easier to answer your questions. That is if you would like my input on what I would do. Personally I hink they are the lions of the snake world, everything about them is pure animal behavior. One of the perfect genetic makeups that one can find in a snake species. They've not been bred like most other species in the pet trade, much like the aboreal species. The genotype of the snake makes up the phenotype so a pic would definely help make it more clear!


:I'm considering Ghost Bulls but know nothing about them.I have very little Pituophis experience. I've had a pair of babies offered to me. Are they a strong bloodline? Are they easy to breed? Any negatives? What do babies usually sell for? Any input is sincerely appreciated,
:Thanks,
:Steve





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