First Produced By: Ben Cole

First Produced In: 2011

Availability: Average

Last Updated: 2021-12-04

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The Raven Ball Python was first discovered by Ben Cole in 2010. Reproduced again in 2013 with the spider raven, adding evidence that it was a genuine mutation. Chun Ku and Marc Bailey were the original investors. Ben went public with the Raven in 2015.

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Ben’s first combos using the Raven were:

Pastel raven, Spider raven, Bb raven, Spinnerblast raven, Pastel enchi raven, Enchi bb raven, Queen bee raven, Super raven, Raven pin, Raven leopard, Pastel mahogany raven, Super black pastel raven, Black pastel raven, Chocolate raven, Lesser raven, Mojave raven.

All these went to the public except the Super Raven, as they were runt twins and died.

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The head of the Raven Ball Python is usually extremely dark brown with a very faint headstamp.


The body of the Raven Ball Python is largely dominated by its bold black colouration and nearly clean dorsal. Alien heads have a golden hue to them, much like the GHI. Blushing can be seen throughout the body.


The tail of the Raven Ball Python follows the same patterning as the rest of the body.

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