I had received a comment either today or yesterday saying that the snake in my background picture had a beautiful colouring. Well, this particular morph of a ball python is called a piebald. First bred in 1966, this snake is known for it's splashes of white scales amidst the regular coloured scales. Quite rare in the beginning, they are now still very sought after, but the price has dropped drastically, from thousands of dollars down to just a few hundred. The amount of white that they have usually ranges from 15 to 85%, and the pattern is hardly ever close to each other. Any more questions? I'll be glad to answer them. Also, from now on, each day that I can, I will talk about a different morph, and provide you with a picture as well.