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Cinnamon page updated

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Contact page updated

Dec 04 2007
Yellow Belly page updated
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Cinnamon Pastel

Cinnamon Pastels were first produced by Greg Graziani in 2002. When bred to a wild type ball python half of the resulting babies will theoretically be cinnamons. The super form of this mutation is a solid brown to black colored patternless animal with a white belly.

The cinnamon pastel is in no way related to the pastel mutation and therefore most people have dropped "pastel" from the name, calling them Cinnamons. When bred to a pastel you can produce pewter pastel, a combination of both the pastel and the cinnamon gene.

We own several Cinnamon females and plan to use them in some combo projects.