Badly bred dogs are generally caused my human desire to create unnatural characteristics of appearance that are not healthy. They are the result of deliberate line breeding of these unhealthy characteristics. Jags are not a natural mutation, they are a genetic fault and to continue to breed defective animals should be illegal. Australian pythons, while genetically almost identical within their species types have evolved differently in appearance, size and behaviour to suit their local environment, often isolated for millennia by geographic features. It is possible to line breed selected characteristics and produce fabulous looking animals that are still healthy and pure to type. I do not see a problem with selective breeding to produce for example better black & gold or black and white jungles and it is possible to breed reduced pattern animals that look like jags without the health problems. I do not see the logic in cross breeds and it is already apparent that most mixed pythons are worth less than the well bred pure types. I have resisted the temptation to prove my Julatten jungles axanthic by outcrossing as it will produce mongrels. Albinos are a natural mutation and are healthy and viable except for sensitivity to UV and lack of camouflage which may shorten their life in the wild. There are lots of examples of albino mammals even whales that seem to live long lives and of course humans. Albino darwins can be selectively bred to produce a wide variety of patterns and subtle colours without crossing with jags.