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User: SHvar (see all of SHvar's photos)
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Date: 03/23/06
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polydaedalus

Registered: 01/2006
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im sorry he passed :(, but what happened to his backbone?
05-03-2006 06:55PM View polydaedalus's Profile  

SHvar

Registered: 04/2002
Location: Central Pennsylvania
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He was a BT/WT cross, his egg was too close to the heat source in the incubator, the result was an attempt to escape the heat and his soft backbone developed a sharp bend in it before hatching. He was deformed before and at hatching time, great calm male albig, a good pet as far as monitors ever can be.
05-03-2006 10:09PM View SHvar's Profile View SHvar's Gallery