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i was listening to a friend talking today who said that you could get a predominantly white snake he said was called a de alberts white lipped something. not sure if i was being sold a pile of something unpleasent and smelly or whether this is true. . either im about to look v v v silly or discover a new and hopefully beautifull snake.
 

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well thats a start. wasn't even sure if they existed or not. guess i'll be googling in a minute then :lol: . are there any snakes that have white in there colouration????????
 

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ok that failed came up with one picture and that was naff. anyone got any pictures :shock:
oh yeah and what are they- de alberts white lipped..... what???
 

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Predominantly white snakes include:
blizzard corns
leucistic texas ratsnakes

Both are reasonably easy to care for (though the rats are a bit aggressive occasionally) and available in the UK.
 

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actually to stop any tiffs i was half and half. would love something white or with white in it. but have to see what the post xmas bonus brings first. on knees praying now.... thanx to yall.
 

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p.s my good lord those white lipped pythons are stunning. what are they like as "pets" and what sort of money?????
 

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aggresive but if u get a baby it should calm down, they need high humidity and ive heard they are excellent feeders, the cheapest ive seen them is at snakes n adders under £200 8) :)
 
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