Pictures of Corn Snakes Hatching

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Everyday now it seems like there is something hatching here. Everybody always wants to see pictures of the new arrivals, so, when I can I’ll grab the camera and grab a few snaps.

Yesterday we were greeted by a clutch of corn snake eggs hatching. These are Amelanistic corn snakes (amels). They look very healthy and happy and have now been moved to the hatchling rack. They’ll shed very soon and then be given their first meal of a small pinky.

I hope you like the photos!

Don’t forget, if you’re breeding your own reptiles, the Lucky Reptile Herp Nusery II Incubator is still at the special price of £119.99 (online only).

About Gary Rolfe

Gary has worked with fish and reptiles for 17 years and works as the manager of the reptilecentre.com website. Follow him on Twitter at @GaryRolfe.

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