First Produced In: 2015
Last Updated: 2022-12-13
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The Zebra Ball Python was first discovered in 2005 by Adam Chesla and Steve Roussis and was originally believed to be Incomplete Dominant. It has since been proven to be a recessive mutation.
The head of the Zebra Ball Python starts off as a light tanned grey that becomes slighly darker and pixelated with age.
Zebras have extremely clean and bright, unique “zebra patterned bands/striping” and also have a unique full body cream/gold type coloration, along with blushings with intense colored/white pixelated scales that come up into the patterning and sides.
The tail of the Zebra Ball Python follows the same patterning as the rest of the body.
No known proven lines
No known related traits