What a change: for once a female retic doesn't want to attack Jay when he takes her eggs! Like always, we take the eggs to incubate them and hatch as many as possible. Usually retics will defend and strike when taking their eggs, but this female reticulated python seemed to realize Jay was no threat. These babies are going to turn out awesome and we at Prehistoric Pets can't wait for theses baby snakes to hatch out of their eggs!
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Prehistoric Pets is a one-of-a-kind pet store specializing in exotic pets, such as snakes, lizards, turtles, and even gators! Staffed by reptile enthusiasts, you’ll find everything you need for your reptile or amphibian.
The goal of the Prehistoric Pets channel is to encourage and train the community on the proper care and keeping of reptiles as pets. We focus on the education of reptiles so owners and hobbyists alike can foster an enjoyable experience and optimum animal health.