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Congrats on the eggs Hurly . . >

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Posted by terryp on April 17, 2003 at 08:53:13:

In Reply to: Bairdi Eggs posted by Hurley on April 16, 2003 at 19:53:32:

You guys are eating me up because I'm waiting until next year to breed my Baird's rat snakes. Thanks for posting pics and the info. It gives me and others a heads up on what to expect. Good luck.

:Had a nice surprise yesterday when I got home. Ended up with 7 beautiful Bairdi eggs. I can't get over how big they are. She's a bit larger than my largest corn snake, but her eggs are easily 3 times larger. Here's a pic of her egg next to a corn's egg.


:It's her first clutch, can't wait for pipping time!


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