An interesting study, usually Ahaetulla prasina (Asian vine snakes) which have color specific to their locality to suit their surroundings are born and age with one color. Now this species have colors ranging from green, blue, yellow, grey, orange, gold, brown and finally, green with a red tail. We all believe these colors depend on the animals's locality. This snake was born last month, the parents were both grey. However, the snake has green, blue and grey on its head; a golden body with tiny patches of grey on it. Only baby in the group of 7 that looked like this. So is this an anomaly? Probably a genetic mix up. It definitely won't be turning grey with age that's for sure.