Champagne Ball Python

The Champagne is an exciting new morph discovered and proven genetic in 2005 by Noah from Ghana. A few Champagnes were subsequently released into Europe and the United States. The Champagne has proven to be a dominant morph, at this time {2010} it is unsure whether or not there is a "super" form or not. They are a light tan/orange color, with irregular dorsal stripes and circles, solid white belly, and a two-tone buckskin head. As hatchlings their sides may show a salmon color, but this fades as they age. New morphs are always exciting because of their unknown genetic possibilities. Champagnes have proven to be a valuable ingredient in producing some wild designer morphs. My personal favorites are the ghost and pastel sugar crosses.