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this is one of the little guys from the litter i had a while back, now shed twice and they are all getting pinker each time, this baby is the product of two central american het reverse tail stripe kahl's, soon to be for sale along with a few of its sibs.
 

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Vivtastic, the pink seems to be getting better. they have only shed twice at the mo but it gets a liitle better each time. im hoping they keep it into adulthood but at this point nobody knows as this is the first time two c/a have been bred to each other that have the kahl gene. my guess is that they will stay pink as normal c/a boad tend to have a deeper colour to them and this is why some c/a morphs can tend do look dark and drab compared to their columbian cousins. but i think that this deeper colour lends itsself well to abianism, and that is where the pink colouration is comming from.
 

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Gorgeous :)
 
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