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    What is a "Funky"?

    Hello im new to the forums, as am I also new to ball pythons, my boyfriend's parents have a lot of ball pythons and plan to breed them once they are of size/ age. However they have a ball python coming in that is a 'Funky' morph. We are at a loss as to what a funky ball python is or what morphs you would haver to breed for to get said morph... If anyone knows what morphs go into making a funky would be great insight for all of us. Please and thanks in advance!!

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    Re: What is a "Funky"?

    Maybe post some pictures if you have any but I have never heard of a morph called “Funky”


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    I just did a quick internet search, and according to Corey Woods, it is just a ball python morph with larger than normal scales. And as Corey put it,"who cares?"

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    Re: What is a "Funky"?

    So I thought if I typed in the url it would post a picture but it didn't work as I thought... do you know how to add a picture?

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    Maybe post some pictures if you have any but I have never heard of a morph called “Funky”


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    What is a "Funky"?

    Quote Originally Posted by Eventing.Arabian8838 View Post
    So I thought if I typed in the url it would post a picture but it didn't work as I thought... do you know how to add a picture?
    Download "Tapatalk" for free from your phone. Sign into BP.net and post from your Camera Roll. As easiest easy as postingon Facebook.


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    i'm sure "funky" just means it's an interesting looking normal or a dinker.
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