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Posted by Thomas j on May 08, 2003 at 09:54:31:
In Reply to: Can you see the yellow in this mottled tiger now?,.......... posted by BrianSmith on May 08, 2003 at 07:48:39:
Thanks brian if it was not for you i would never know that type of tiger exisited. I am going to get Bob to send me a female like that. She beats all i have ever seen.
:This is a recent picture of that same mottled tiger female. See how yellow she has gradually gotten? And she continues to yellow even more with each shed. She's just incredible. Bob personally picked her out for me, and another just like her but less yellow. Her name is "Kitty".
::That super is awesome! I like the supers that have blotches instead of stripes along their side. Your have a impressive collection. I can't really see the yellow on the tiger but I will take your word for it. Thanks for posting those pics.
:::This is an old picture from when this male super and two different phase tiger females were only about 5 feet or so. They all continue to become more beautiful as they age and grow, but it would be really hard to get all three to pose for me now unless I locked them all in the same cage (a possibility to get a new shot). I don't know if you can tell by this picture, but the mottled tiger female is very yellow and continued to become more yellow. Today her yellows rival that on the supers and they too continued to yellow more as they grew. All of my supers have spots or dots on their sides instead of stripes. Some of them like this male have orange wedges or circles, while others have gray spots outlined in sharp black borders. None of my supers or tigers have nose dots. All of my tigers and supers were either handpicked for me by Bob Clark, or by myself in person. Because of this I ended up with some outstanding animals.