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    Yellowbelly

    The Yellowbelly ball python was first discovered in 1997. Amir Soleymani's trained eye was the first to notice this peculiar looking ball python at a reptile show. He bought the animal as a normal, believing that it would prove out to be something special. Two years later, he proved it to be genetic. In 2003, the Yellowbelly morph was proven by Dan & Colette Sutherland of TSK to be co-dominant with a striking super form: an off-white patternless ball python with a pale yellow stripe down its back. This super form was named the Ivory.

    The most typical features of a Yellowbelly are its rich coloration, a marking on the top of the head, distinct flames coming up from the belly, a clear belly, and a checkered pattern along the edges of the belly. The degree to which each of these characteristics may present themselves vary considerably from one snake to the next.


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