I have been waiting rather impatiently for this clutch to hatch since it was my second clutch of eggs from a Pewter to Cinnamon breeding. I didn't hit on a Super Cinny or a Silver Bullet in the first clutch but I did on this one. Here are the first pictures of my Silver Bullet (Pastel Super Cinnamon). Many of the Super Black Pastel's, Super Cinnamon's and Silver Bullets from some of the lines have had problems with their noses and also problems with kinking. It looks like the nose on this one is fine with no Duckbill Platypus protrusion. I don’t know if it has any kinks but so far looking at it in the egg it looks good. Chalk up a few more points for the Graziani line of Cinnamon.
Here are some pictures of it still in the egg.
Well it emerged from the egg and jump for joy, it's a Boy. Oh Yea! It has no kinking either and appears to be healthy in every way.
Here are some pictures of him after he emerged from the egg.
Here is a picture of him and one of his clutch mates a fabulous Pewter.
Here are three pictures of him after his first shed.
This incredible Pewter Pastel also hatched in the same clutch
These two pictures really show how perfect his nose is. I am truly excited to have such an incredible animal in my collection. I think he is a keeper. LOL
I hope you enjoy the pictures,