This ball python is sure to bring a smile to your face. After eight years of breeding effort, Justin Kobylka produced this beauty, which he calls the Emoji Ball Python.
The snake pattern looks like yellow smiley face emojis and, when you turn it on its stomach, it has little green alien heads!
The Thrillest reports, "The snake is a Lavender Albino Piebald Ball Python, a species that sometimes has face-like patterns appear in the scales. The pattern is the result of recessive mutation that can occur naturally but is rare. Though, it doesn't take a snake-iologist to surmise this pattern is unlikely to occur in the wild.
It took Justin Kobylka eight years to breed the snake he calls the Emoji Ball Python. He breeds snakes with unusual patterns like this and sells them. Though, he told Business Insider he won't be selling this one."
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