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Old 08-30-2015
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Any thoughts? Listed as Kerenge, but I can't find any info. Not doubting it. Just curious

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Old 09-05-2015
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After talking to a few people and doing some research it appears Kerenge is a valid collection point, near Kipili

Here is a video of them after 1 week of food and treatment

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QUlw58_x56g
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They are wild caught then? Looking good!
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Wow mate they're a really stunning variant! Good deal. Thx for sharing
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They do looks very similar to my Uwile, that's for sure. Nice Group!
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Interesting white, yellow and brown combination, even your vid show grey and brown colours, my guess is darker brown maybe male, haha
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I think this are brichardi mvuna. My buddy just got a small group look exactly like that...
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