T Negative Albino Blood Python

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    T Negative Albino Blood Python

    T Negative Albino Blood Pythons are a morph of blood python that is characterized by their lack of melanin, which gives them a bright white or cream-colored body with pink or red eyes. They also have a reduced amount of black pigment, which gives them a translucent appearance.

    T Negative Albino Blood Python snake

    T Negative Albino Blood Pythons are relatively rare, but they are becoming increasingly popular as pets. They are known for their docile temperament and their striking appearance.

    Here are some of the characteristics of T Negative Albino Blood Pythons:

    • White or cream-colored body: The body of a T Negative Albino Blood Python is typically white or cream-colored. The amount of white pigment can vary, but most specimens have a mostly white body with some pink or red markings.

    T Negative Albino Blood Python snake white body

    • Pink or red eyes: The eyes of a T Negative Albino Blood Python are typically pink or red. The amount of red pigment can vary, but most specimens have bright pink or red eyes. t+ albino isopod

    T Negative Albino Blood Python snake pink eyes

    • Translucent appearance: The skin of a T Negative Albino Blood Python is translucent. This means that you can see the internal organs and blood vessels through the skin.
    • Docile temperament: T Negative Albino Blood Pythons are known for their docile temperament. They are generally easy to handle and make good pets for experienced snake owners.

    If you are considering getting a T Negative Albino Blood Python as a pet, be sure to do your research first. They are beautiful and interesting snakes, but they require special care.

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    • Captive Bred Babies
    • Male and Female Available
    • Approximately 16 – 17 Inches In Length
    • This Is A Gorgeous Line Of Albino Known For Their Extreme Coloration
    • This Species Can Be Feisty But They Tame Down Well With Handling
    • Ambush Hunters Feeding On Live And Frozen Thawed Rat Pups Regularly