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    Blushing of the Skin or Something Else?

    Here is a picture of me wearing my four month year old girl Banana Cinnamon Enchi BP.
    If you zoom in on her she’s maturing with some freckles but also has a whitening it would say on her skin. It’s some thing else going on or is this occasionally a trade with some ball pythons?



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    Re: Blushing of the Skin or Something Else?

    I apologize for the horrible spellcheck. Really just wondering if this is a trait of coloration or she is drying out. I have seen similar “blushing” on more traditional BPs But it looks very different on my snakes color.


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    Bananas and coral glows undergo some pretty crazy color changes, so I wouldn't worry too much. They do sometimes pick up some white color blushing inside the alien heads, it's more prevalent in ones with pastel though. I know my CG specials picked up more white around the alien heads as they grew a bit more.

    I would double check all of your temps and humidity ranges as a just in case and make a note of the skin for now. If anything else does happen that's concerning like swelling, weeping, loosing scales or sores then that would definetly warrent a vet visit.

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