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Posted by David Brown DB3 on April 22, 2001 at 21:54:48:
In Reply to: Herps in the classroom posted by John Meltzer-RJ Reptiles on April 13, 2001 at 04:24:20:
Glad you asked we at Seton Catholic School are in the process of raising 24 snakes which we are breeding to learn about genetics. I know that many would think that snakes take to long, but I have the same students for 3 years. Therefore we can do some great work and the students will came back to the school to see what their snakes have done. Also we photo each one and keep a picture history of there genetics (phenotype. We try to learn what might be in them we cannot see (genotype).
At this time we are raising the following:
California Kingsnakes (banded albino)
we have 1.3 (could use a regular male)
we have 3.3
2.3 regular 1.0 oreo
1.0 possible 66% het for ghost a real screamer with light tan bands
0.3 possible 66% het for ghost tricolor
2.3 possible 66% het for ghost tangerine
1.1 100% het for albino one red and black the other tricolor
Could use any adults that anyone can spare.
WE will take you old breeders that might have only one or two small clutches in them and we will give the a good home.