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Re: Blue Rino


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Posted by bobl on January 17, 2003 at 20:12:46:

In Reply to: Re: Blue Rino posted by Zeus on January 17, 2003 at 15:28:46:

:anyone know where i can get this article. would love to see that pic!!

:
:I think you can order back issues of Reptiles Magazine.
The issue with that article is October 2000 and it has an Albino Green Iguana on the cover.
The Rhino in the article is an awesome specimen because it is black on the front half and turns blue towards the ass end and tail. There is also a picture of a STUNNING electric blue Lewisi that makes the mag worth buying just for that picture.
as for the blue Rhinos, I've seen some that were sky blue and powder blue NOT gray.
Some just turn out that way. I don't think it is a specific strain or type of Rhino as there are many color variations among Rhinos in general. If you find a blue one that's a bonus!

Bobby





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