This is the more sought after morph between the two naturally occurring albinos found in the jungles of Indonesia. Bright pink/red eyes, pinkish skin with a bold yellowish pattern, they have been found on the islands of Java, Sumatra & Borneo. I am producing T negatives when I breed my holdback Coral Glows, to date I have produced six T negative babies from these pairings with more eggs cooking. They are a percentage of each clutch, within each clutch there is a chance of making T negative, T positive & Coral Glow. I also made T negatives from breeding back one of my holdbacks to Igor the sire of the holdbacks. That pairing produced some unusual results, with two T negatives covered in black flecks and a third that NLI Project, Mr Harvey Lee purchased from me. There were some Coral/T+ looking babies also with lots of black flecks throughout their skin. Igor the sire is the adult that also has these black flecks on his body though rarely seen due to his forever shedding cycles but I do have photos up somewhere showing this.
My first T negative captive bred was from a clutch laid on April 22, 2020 that hatched on Oct 24, 2020 and I believe them to be the first ever captive produced T negatives. Of course those at the top will strongly disagree but anyone with eyes and an open mind and most important honesty will see it for them selves when looking at old photos online (Coral Glow). But I digress, who cares? They do VERY much but when I mentioned these things I get shunned. LMAO..
We must remember there are even variants within the four known “morphs” of albinisim in V. salvator, Snow-Blind, T negative, Coral and T positive. I’ve hatched Corals with some being pretty dark and close to T positive looking and I believe the Coral Glows will show the must variants out of the four “morphs” according to my results at least. I have hatched three clutches of Snow-Blind to date, yes the last was only two eggs due to a tail bite and a mostly infertile clutch of eggs but when comparing the first eleven babies to the second nine babies they are visually different with the first clutch having a VERY bold pattern and the second clutch being more white and not as strikingly patterned. This was very noticeable. I have seen this also in T negatives babies, I have photos of two babies from the same clutch and one is neck patterned in yellow and the other in white, very clearly this can be seen and from the same clutch.
So, T negative albino V. salvator's are found in the wild, ALWAYS as babies and quite often offered to me first, its funny how these same T negative babies after I pass on buying them end up in the states and on videos made to make it seem as if they where captive produced, people in this game don’t like that I know about these facts. A baby offered to me a month earlier is now on video as “my baby” next to captive produced “hets” and nobody is wiser except I know and they hate that I do. In one season/year, one of the first after I got back into monitor lizards and more specifically albino Salvator's I was offered at least 8-9 heads of wild-caught T negative albinos babies, even I was shocked and I thought WTF is going on. That was a VERY good year for the collectors, in every year on an average I would speculate at least 2-3 T negative babies are found, I would think this will get less and less. This is what has caused the confusion about the first captive produced babies and all the hatred towards me from a certain breeders groupies when I showed my babies. The arm chair experts without a clue I like to call them.
I am very happy & proud to report since I got back into breeding Varanids in 2018 I have produced 86 (various) forms of Albino V. salvators and that includes the worlds first "Super form" or as I called them Snow-Blind, for a total of 23 heads to date. 54 "normal" HETS (various) forms have been produced as well for a total of 143 CB Biawak. Some VERY exciting pairings are taking place now so I am hopeful to produce some more high quality biawak
Thank you to all who support me by following my Instagram account or becoming a client or just sending positive vibes.
Those who don't support piss off.