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    CIRCUS BALL Any Information ?

    Hi does anyone have any information or photographs of the Circus Ball Python ?

    I have been looking and looking but can't find any information or photos of this.

    Thanks.

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    What is it a combo of?
    1.0 normal bp
    mad roaches yo

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    Sure you don't mean clown ball python?

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    The Circus ball was (I believe) a Clown to a "normal" produced back in 05. It looks "clownish" but not like any Clown I've ever seen. I haven't seen any other info on it in a few years. Here are a few pictures I took of it in Daytona 05.




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    I met a guy from Wisconsin at an expo and he had a couple of bp's labeled circus at his table. I think they were at south west Wisconsin reptiles.

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    Never heard of it,but thats definately a hot snake!
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    Re: CIRCUS BALL Any Information ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike41793 View Post
    What is it a combo of?
    Not sure lol

    Quote Originally Posted by purplemuffin View Post
    Sure you don't mean clown ball python?
    No I mean the Circus Ball which Luke posted

    Quote Originally Posted by Luke Martin View Post
    The Circus ball was (I believe) a Clown to a "normal" produced back in 05. It looks "clownish" but not like any Clown I've ever seen. I haven't seen any other info on it in a few years. Here are a few pictures I took of it in Daytona 05.



    Thanks for that Luke I will shoot you a PM shortly. Strange how theres been no other information on it though.

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve-J View Post
    I met a guy from Wisconsin at an expo and he had a couple of bp's labeled circus at his table. I think they were at south west Wisconsin reptiles.
    Did you get any photos ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Christopher De Leon View Post
    Never heard of it,but thats definately a hot snake!
    LOL I had never heard of it until recently.

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    That normal must have been het. for something cus it produced a visual Clownish snake, that's pretty cool.
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    Could it possibly be a Granite Clown? It's definitely a Clown, but, with something else in the mix.
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    Maybe it's like a BEL complex super, but with clowns and het circus stuff. Example being: Mojave x Mojave = Super mojo, whitish snake with a purple head. Mojave x Mystic = Mystic Potion, whitish snake with purple and yellow patterning. Similar, but different appearing supers. Would be interesting to see a circus gene come out, just challenging since it's recessive (I'm assuming, anyway)

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