So I can normally tell when my snakes go into shed easily by checking if their belly is pink- checked my piebald today since he’s not active and noticed his belly is pink- but so are up the sides of his white areas? I’m not sure if it’s part of white morphs since he’s my first “white” ball python, but when he was younger his belly seemed transparent for many many months after we got him (until he was about 5ish months old. None of my other BPs had that happen except my banana, who kept a trans belly), and now when he seems to shed he’s very pink up the sides, sometimes on his back. Anyone else have this happen to their piebalds or white morph ball pythons?
Another unrelated question; what Pieds do you prefer? Low, med, or high whites?
Here’s a recent pic of my boy (after his previous shed!)