Justin Kobylka, a snake breeder for the past 19 years specializes in breeding snakes with unusual patterns on their bodies, which he sells later at a high price.
He recently bred a Lavender Albino Piebald Ball Python which has three smiley faces inscribed on his body. This is the only snake in the world to have such a pattern.
Kobylka professes that he was only trying to get the bright golden yellow and white color combinations but was quite stunned to discover this unique pattern.
He also claimed that while one in 20 reptiles can have a smiley face pattern on their body, it was the first time that a reptile has three smiley faces.
According to him, the ball pythons get such patterns on their body due to recessive mutations and are next to impossible to be found in the wild.
He later sold it for $6,000.