Another video of my Califorina Kingsnake (Lampropeltis getula californiae) eating a frozen/thawed hopper mouse. In this video, you can see how kingsnakes, like many non-venomous snakes, shake their tail in an attempt to scare off possible threats, essentially mimicking rattlesnakes.
Here is a short video of one of my walking sticks. Full grown adults are as big as 4 inches. They are parthenogenetic so females can reproduce without a male and lay viable eggs. My latest batch of eggs are currently hatching, and I have had around 50 offspring in the past couple of months. They are easy to take care of and make great pets.
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This is a video of an adder at the new forest reptile centre
First Monday pet show! Oct. 19th, 2009! First week includes the animals I picked up at the Oct. 18th Animal Expo. Check back next week for African pygmy hedgehog care!
no more braids! and sorry for my stupid camera cutting off ugh!
Snake Advocate & Conservationist Matt Ellerbeck (AKA The Snake Man) encounters a Northern Brown Snake. For more information on snake conservation, please see: www.the-snake-man.com
some people like to scare animals, i personally dont but doing it is still funny to watch. this is a very funny video, hope you enjoy.
5yo Adele playing with her pets, Australian huntsman spiders!!!
We can't even stay away on the holidays when so many beautiful clutches are waiting for us! Watch the video to see what Tim and Jay got for Christmas!