Snow Bengals are divided into three different colors, Seal Lynx, Mink, and Sepia.
Seal Lynx Point (SLP) is the lightest, they are most often born completely white and their pattern develops as they get older. As adults they can have a background color that is white to cream colored and pale to medium colored rosettes. They typically have darker markings at the points (head, feet, tail) and darken in cooler climates. Seal Lynx have blue eyes.
Mink are born with a visible pattern. As adults they can have a light cream to light tan background color with light to medium tan colored rosettes. Mink Bengals have Aqua colored eyes. Below are some pictures of our mink girl Latte from newborn to almost 4 years old, she is quite dark for a mink. (First two Photos courtesy of BoydsBengals) The second set of photos is of another mink girl at just 4 months old (and 6 months old in the last photo), our future queen Aria.
Sepia look similar to mink at a young age, but as adults closely resemble brown Bengals except that the background and marking color is usually slightly lighter. Sepia Bengals have green to gold colored eyes. We do not have Sepia colored Bengals here at Wildrose Bengals.