Ramses-Pearl Baby Profiles (2015-B, #14-16)

Ramses-Pearl Baby Profiles (2015-B, #14-16)

Postby Snakesitter » Tue Feb 09, 2016 10:25 pm

Baby #14 (Hypo Female)

This tiny lady bears a streeeeetched head mark of her mother, more of a long oval than a pearl. She has six short dorsal chains on her back, punctuated by a small black dot. She also has a faint black center line tracing down the center of her spine. Her sides are mostly crescents, with one merged spot on her right; and one fragment, one merged, and one stretched spot on her left.

Birth

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Two Weeks (First Shed)

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Five/Six Weeks (Second Shed)

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As of December’s weigh-in, this little gem measured 37 grams.

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Baby #15 (Het Male)

This tiny gent has six short and four long dorsal chains on his back. He also has a *tiny* orange spot nestled in among the larger normal spots. His sides are uniform crescents, except for one merged and one stretch spot on his left. He was the feisty one of his litter for the first few weeks, and never saw a finger he could not shred; but has long settled into the same stoic tolerance as his sister.

Birth

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Two Weeks (First Shed)

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Five/Six Weeks (Second Shed)

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Side
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Top
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As of December’s weigh-in, this little gem measured 35 grams.

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Baby #16 (Het Female)

This little lass takes top color and combines it with several unique pattern traits from her siblings. Like her brother #13, she has a cool forked center line on her head. She has five short and four long dorsal chains on her back. To this, she adds the *tiny* orange spot of her brother #15, the faint black center line of her sister #14, and the unusual linking between belly black and side circles of her brother #02. Her sides are mostly crescents, with three fragments on her right and one stretched spot on her left.

Birth

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Two Weeks (First Shed)

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Five/Six Weeks (Second Shed)

Left
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Right
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Top
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As of December’s weigh-in, this little gem measured 36 grams.
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