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Baby Kingsnakes Hatching

Kingsnakes make great pets and are very easy to keep. They’re not as popular as Corn Snakes, mainly because you can only keep one per vivarium, but I think they have a little more personality. I was lucky enough to catch some hatching the other day in our incubator so I grabbed the camera. The […]

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Pictures of our CB10 Corn Snakes Hatching

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. Here are some of our corn snakes hatching. Yesterday we were greeted by a clutch of corn snake eggs hatching. These are […]

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5 reasons why Corn Snakes make great pets

Corn snakes (Pantherophis guttata) are easily the most common snake kept as pets in the UK today. Native to North America, they are a member of the Rat Snake family and also known as the Red Rat Snake. We probably all know at least one person that has one, but why are they such great […]

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Charitable Snakes Help Good Cause

Irrational fears are something that affect us all. As an arachnophobe I know this to be true (although there is only 1 small wall separating my desk from over 100 tarantulas!). Another common animal phobia is ophidiophobia, fear of snakes. It’s actually quite common although this phobia is on the decline as people become more […]

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Rare Woma Pythons are here!

Captive breeding programs are very important in maintaining the existence of many reptiles. With the destruction of natural habitats, over hunting and the introduction of alien species many animals find it nearly impossible to survive in the wild. This is the case for the Woma Python that has now become critically endangered in many parts […]

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Live baby snakes born – see the Rainbow Boa pictures!!

It’s always nice to find a fresh batch of eggs laid by our reptiles. But, it’s even nicer to find live babies either running or slithering around the vivarium! Colombian Rainbow Boas are oviviparous which means the eggs develop internally and live babies are born. We knew by her behaviour that our female Colombian Rainbow […]

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