The best known of all morphs, the wild type (aka. normal) ball python displays the colour and pattern most often seen in wild
ball pythons. There is a great amount of natural variation in this pattern, but it most consistently manifests as a relatively
evenly spaced, repeating pattern of twin black spots contained within an undulating beige, tan, brown or yellow base
(commonly referred to as the "alien head" pattern), all set against a solid black background. As more and more breeders and
enthusiasts alike set their sights on snakes with three and four gene mutations, it's easy to forget that the wild type ball python
is a stunning creature of its own right; crisp and bold, with deep black eyes and a soulful stare, each with a personality as
distinct as his pattern. With such a varied morph, there's only one thing you can say for sure about normals - there's nothing
normal about them!