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black milks


An early pair from this year (male than female)
Then a picture of a 2017 male at one year of age and then at age two.



When my son raised them I wanted a pair of his hatchlings. He told me not to judge them by what they looked like as hatchlngs, because his adults were black. I was used to my corns looking different as adults, but these really change.
Wow, I had no idea they changed so much as they got older! I figured they hatched black, or very dark. What a cool change.

These might end up on my ever-growing list of snakes I want to have someday...
Beautiful. I've been dreaming of these since I first got into snake-keeping, but unfortunately very few breeders are working with them in Canada, and they are WAY outside my budget at the moment. Someday...