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    Default Motley and Kahl Sunglow

    Some pics of two of three BCI I have.
    The third is a dh sunglow that is still very shy and I don't want to bother her.
    I'm no photographer, but I tried.
    Wish I could have got some better pictures of the motley, but she started coiling and striking so I put her away.

    Motley is het Kahl albino, from Anthony Viscuso, Sunglow is from Diem at Celestial Exotics.
    Both fantastic people to deal with.

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    Very nice!
    I like the sides and tail of the motley. She'll settle down, it's just her natural instinct to be defensive.

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    Nice little collection you have Brian!

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    Oh, I know she'll settle down.
    Just didn't want to get her too upset.
    Hard not to laugh when a little worm trying to get you!

    I'm still surprised a BCI wasn't my first snake, when I was younger they were the only snake I could think about.
    Finally got 'em.

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    Pass the orange sherbert along with the grey poupon

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    Brian,

    Glad to see you made it to this forum. There are a lot of great boa people here. I'm glad to see that the female motley is doing well at your place. That sunglow looks pretty sweet too. Enjoy!

    -Anthony V.

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    Yeah, I used to lurk here a looooong time ago on the old forum. It's a great place.
    She is doing awesome, I'm super happy with her.
    Someday she's going to make me some amazing babies with that Sunglow - hopefully!

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    Very nice! Perfect pattern and saddle on both of them.

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    Thank you.

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