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Meet the world's first 'Emoji Snake' (Video)

Sun Online Desk     16th March, 2017 09:21:10 printer

Meet the world's first 'Emoji Snake' (Video)

Many might not like snakes, but after watching this video, who wouldn't want an emoji snake?


A man is now the proud owner of a python with yellow smiley faces on its body after eight years of effort.


A python breeder has made history after spending nearly eight years attempting to breed this kind of specimen. The Ball Python breeder, Justin Kobylka breeds snakes with unique patterns and sells them.



Justin Kobylka specialises in breeding snakes with unique patterns which he later puts up for sale. Such patterns are a result of recessive mutations that despite occurring naturally are an extremely rare phenomenon in the wild.


This particular snake is a Lavender Albino Piebald Ball Python and is the only snake in the world that has three smiley faces on it. Although the reptile is said to be worth at least $US4, 500, its owner has no plans to sell it, according to the Business Insider.


The snake's emoji patterns are clear, bright yellow that jump off from its pale white scaly skin.