Breeding plans for beauty next year! I wanted to start breeding corn snakes for a while already and finally got myself some males to pair my ladies with. I'm still a newby about pairing snakes and raising the eggs, but it doesn't seem to be *that* difficult, at least not with corn snakes, lol. I read that corn snake breeding season is at around march/april, so I guess that's when I'm gonna separate beauty and a chosen male from the others and place them in a breeding enclosure for a while until I see them mating. After I will put each back into their original enclosures and set up a box for beauty to lay her eggs in when she's ready. I'm really looking forward to raising some small noodles! I'm not sure yet if I'm gonna buy an incubator or just keep the box (sealed) in the enclosure with them to obtain the warmth. I guess I'm gonna see later, after all it's still some time to go. I already am in contact with someone, who's willing to take a hatching in so ye!
Where is our Voldemort? If our glass lizard’s entire body was visible in the picture, the first thing you might say is, “That’s no lizard! That’s a snake!” The European glass lizard resembles a snake until we look closely at his eyes and see that he has eyelids. He also has ear holes on either side of his head. Snakes have none of this. The glass lizard also has the ability to drop his tail in defense of predators, and regenerate that tail. Quite an amazing critter! #leglesslizard#glasslizard#voldemortlovestohide#sciencecitykc#unionstationkc#reptiles#kansascity