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Female Ball Pythons: 2 Normals, 2 Enchis, 2 Spiders, 2 Cinnamons, 2 Hypos, Dinker Project, Albino, Axanthic, Pied, Pinstripe, Pastel, RDR Lesser, Spotnose, Yellowbelly, Fire, Goldblush Mojave, Firefly, Super Pastel, Hypo Mojave, Honeybee, Bumblebee Het Hypo, Cinnamon Spider, Hypo Pastel, Hypo Fire, Hypo Jigsaw.
Male Ball Pythons: Banana, Spotnose, Calico, Desert, RDR Lesser, Fire, Clown, Mojave Het Hypo, Super Pastel, Hypo Cinnamon, Black Pastel Yellowbelly.
Hatchlings: 10 Pastels.
Female BCI: 2011 Lipstick Sunglow, 2012 Motley, 2013 "George Line" Jungle 50% Poss Het Kahl, 2013 Motley 66% Poss Het Leopard, 2014 Albino Motley (Kahl), 2013 Normal.
Male BCI: 2012 Motley 100% Double Het Albino Anery.
Geckos: 2.2.3 Crested Geckos
Available: 1.1.1 Crested Geckos (price varies, email for more info and pictures)
Furries: One cat and a Pembroke Welsh Corgi
Anonymous asked: How do you know when you can safely cut eggs open? How do you cut without hurting the hatchling? How do you know where to cut? Do you put them back in the incubator afterwards?
Most people wait until around day 54-56 before cutting eggs or wait until the first baby pips. Some people don’t cut at all and let all of the babies pip on their own.
How to do it is kind of hard to explain. I’m sure there are videos on YouTube showing how to do it correctly. Keep in mind that there are also probably videos of people doing it incorrectly.
After you cut they go back into the incubator until they come out of the egg on their own.
Anonymous asked: Do you plan to have any of the hatchlings available for purchase in a few months? :D
Yes, we are waiting until their first shed to decide which ones we want to keep. There are still 4 in the egg.
At the moment 3 of them are spoken for.