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i can possibly delivery for a percentage of the fuel cost...
 

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I would say it looks abit brown to be anery? Could be but its not very grey and black has a fair bit of brown.
 

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the pics was taken under a 500watt incandescent light so that would make the jolly green giant look yellow!!!
al post up a c"ap pic but in normal light so you get the idea of coluoration......



another but still under the same light
 

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lol, good comeback
 

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still doesnt look very anery. Someone posted these pics somewhere else and no one else thought it looked very anery either.
 

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cornmorphs said:
lol, good comeback
eh?

Anyway thanks for putting those pics up Jack it shows how the suspected anery doesnt look anery. Like I said far too brown. But I can see why someone would think it was anery. Carisma we arent having a go just trying to help you out. They usually look clearer when they are younger and get a bit browner/darker as they age.
 

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Type 2 Anery

I have seen this on other sites. Its definately not a Type 2 Anery, Its tail marking gives it away as well as the colour, All Type 2'sare the blackest of anery's you will ever see.
 

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so its just a dark common then ok thanks for the input guys and gals,
any idea if its anything other than a common???
im trying to source the breeder now supposedly it was a female boa breeder from the manchester area i only want the info on the snake??
any ideas
 
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