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albino burmese python at Blackbrook

albino burmese python (It's a snake, it's yellow errr at Blackbrook)

albino burmese python at Blackbrook
Susan Humphreys, 9 Mar 2008
    • Susan Humphreys
      albino burmese python
      (It's a snake, it's yellow errr at Blackbrook)
    • bloodycurtus
      albino burmese python again one of my reptiles on loan to the zoo
    • Susan Humphreys
      I'm guessing you have lots of reptiles, oh and I thought albinos were white - which reminds me I must post my albino porcupine picture soon.
    • bongorob
      I thought this variety was called leucistic.
    • bloodycurtus
      nope albinos dont have to be white just missing the black pigment and leucistics are patternless so it wouldnt have the white rings. the leucistic in burmese pythons tend to be called green/albino green.
    • Susan Humphreys
      Aah, you learn something new every day and being on Zoobeat you learn at least ten new things every day!
    • bongorob
      Thanks bloodycurtus, I never knew that.
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