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Given that Opals are Lavender and Amel they must have pink/red eyes. The animal you pictured therefore can not be an Opal from what "eye" see.

That what puzzles me, it looks a bit like an opal without red eyes. And I "see" what you did there. :laugh:
In light of that I guess it's lavender or hypo lavender (motley/stripe). Opals are pretty pink at that age, usually.