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Old 09-15-2011, 11:34 PM   #41
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i saw some pictures of snowflakes and really not the same. that and i didnt know you couldnt mix the clowns, true and false.... so thank you for that bit of info!
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Snowflakes look better IMO anyways. Platinum clowns are just completely white and don't really look like clowns anymore so it defeats the purpose.
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Old 09-15-2011, 11:36 PM   #43
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There are ocellaris b&w clowns and I've also seen percula b&w clowns. Either way, they can actually pair up and mate. It's pretty cool stuff.

really? there are some b&w's that have orange on the nose. i dont want those, i want only black and white.

so which ones are those?
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There are ocellaris b&w clowns and I've also seen percula b&w clowns. Either way, they can actually pair up and mate. It's pretty cool stuff.
Did not know that.... Holy cow, b&w w/ plat?!? That would be awesome to see!!!
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Snowflakes look better IMO anyways. Platinum clowns are just completely white and don't really look like clowns anymore so it defeats the purpose.

ill look again just to make sure... i have eaten since i last looked so now that im fat and happy my opinion may have changed.
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Snowflakes look better IMO anyways. Platinum clowns are just completely white and don't really look like clowns anymore so it defeats the purpose.
Hey, hey!!!! I like my platinum!!! Lol
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B&W's start out orange and turn black over time. My black ones still have orangeish noses .
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Hey, hey!!!! I like my platinum!!! Lol
Haha maybe if I saw one in person my opinion might change lol
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so the orange may still be a juvenile thing and will go away?
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I think that percula clowns might be the ones that get completely black but not sure. I've seen completely black clowns and some with a little orange on their noses. Mine still has a little orange.
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