Snow Spotted / Marbled Bengals
There are three different types of snow Bengals. All snow Bengals have a white back ground with darker markings. Snow can be combine with any other color except brown. You can also tell if a cat is SLP because their eyes will flash red in bright light while the other will flash green, but DNA testing is the best way to figure out what color a snow Bengal truly is.
Seal Lynx Point
Seal Lynx Point (SLP) is the lightest of the three snow colors. The color is sometimes called the "Siamese gene" though it is debatable whether or not this coloration actually came from cross breeding with Siamese cats.
SLP Bengals should always have blue eyes and can be penalized in show if their eyes are not blue. SLP Bengals are born pure white and develop their color slowly over the course of about two years.
Seal Mink (SM) is likely the most popular snow Bengal color. It is a combination of the lynx and sepia. Mink Bengals are born with a distinguishable pattern that gets much darker as they age.
Mink Bengals are special in that their eye color is usually a stunning blend of blue and green. This beautiful color is most often referred to as aqua.
Seal Sepia (SS) is the darkest of the snow colors and one of the more rare Bengal colors. The color is sometimes called the "Burmese gene" and it is the common belief that this color did, in fact, come from cross breeding with Burmese cats.
Sepia Bengals should have gold or green eyes. As they are often very dark, it is sometimes very difficult to tell whether is sepia Bengal is actually snow or brown.