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Some New Arrivals - the Wipeout Line.....

Discussion in 'Rainbow Boas' started by Rainbowsrus, Jul 1, 2013.

  1. Rainbowsrus

    Rainbowsrus Well-Known Member

    As many of you know, Aubrey Ross decided to back away from her snake breeding business for personal reasons. After we chatted for a while she mentioned wanting at least some of her collection to end up in other breeders collections. Her intent was to know they would be well cared for and have the genes propagated into future generations. I asked about her Wipeout animals and long story short, I purchased the original pair from her along with one of the more intense female offspring. They arrived a couple weeks ago and am just now getting around to posting up pics of them. Of course they are in quarantine (no problems at all so far) so I'm no messing with them any more than I need to. The pics were quick pics on arrival day outside in my front yard. Not my normal pic process but the most I was willing to do under the circumstances.

    Gozer the Male, he had a bad shed in transit and there was one tatter on his side a couple inches from his head and nothing shed from vent on. Those pieces have come off on their own in the following days.

    Zuul the female, She has retained shed under her chin that has not yet come off. I believe it will likely remain until next shed, possibly more than just one layer. Some good humidity should fix her right up.

    Last up is Janine, a 2012 offspring from Gozer and Zuul, looks great and no issues at all with her.

    Gozer and Janine have both eaten once with me, Zuul took a small rat when offered but ended up leaving it. Will try again this week with Zuul and offer Janine her second meal with me.

    Bottom line is the original pair that produced the Wipeout project are safe and sound with Rainbowsrus and I will be breeding them in 2014.

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  2. JoeyG

    JoeyG Subscribed User Premium Member

    gorgeous animals!
  3. Ieasa

    Ieasa Elite Member

    Beautiful! The more I see these, the more I want one.

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