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 Caesarion-Onyx Baby Profiles (2015-C: #17-19)

Baby #17 (Male)

This feisty little gent has five short and one long dorsal chains on his back. His sides are mostly generous crescents, with two fragments on each side, plus one merged spot on his left. He has a lasting hatred of the spray bottle, which he will attack on sight to drive its “evil water magic” away.

[i]Birth[/i]



[i]Two Weeks (First Shed)[/i]



[i]Six Weeks (Second Shed)[/i]

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As of February’s weigh-in, this little gem measured 36 grams.

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Baby #18 (Female)

This little lady has five short and two long dorsal chains on her back. She has an unusual split dorsal on her neck. Her sides are mostly thin sharp crescents, with three pearls and one merged spot on her right; and one merged and three stretched spots on her left. She is quite the character, and on the last feeding day regarded my minor mop-up of her mess as a mortal intrusion to be repelled at all costs…the next day she was tame as can be.

[i]Birth[/i]



[i]Two Weeks (First Shed)[/i]



[i]Six Weeks (Portrait)[/i]
This baby shed late….

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[i]Nine Weeks (Second Shed)[/i]



As of February’s weigh-in, this little gem measured 30 grams.

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Baby #19 (Female)

This docile little lass has one short and two long dorsal chains on her back, and overall her dorsals are fairly tightly packed. Her sides are mostly generous crescents, with two merged and one stretched spot on her right; and one merged spot on her left that displays an incredibly stretched bullseye.

[i]Birth[/i]



[i]Two Weeks (First Shed)[/i]



[i]Six Weeks (Portrait)[/i]
This baby shed late….

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[i]Nine Weeks (Second Shed)[/i]



As of February’s weigh-in, this little gem measured 29 grams.

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