– Let’s see what we got here. Oh, that’s nice lookin’ snake right there. That is definitely You know, speaking of boys, I mean, what is up with seahorses? I mean, don’t seahorse males have babies? Oh yeah! Oh, what, what, whoa. What the heck is that? Hey, good morning everybody
and welcome to the vlog. I hope the start to
your day is incredible. We are gonna just jump into it
today with some egg cutting, but we have a lot of
things goin’ on today. This actually is a chocolate female bred to an extreme gene banana male. So could be some pretty cool stuff. Might be a little hard to tell which ones are chocolate
spider stuff in the egg, but nevertheless, we’re gonna give it a go and absolutely enjoy this. What do we have right off the rip? We have what looks like
just a spider extreme gene. No banana, no chocolate, which is okay. So, at least we know
that is the daddy right? Now we understand that. Bunch of eggs in this clutch, so we have a bunch of really
cool potential for sure. So let’s see what our second clutch. Weirdly enough, it looks
like our second egg is the same as the first egg, which is pretty cool. The extreme gene and spider
mix together really well. Same thing with pinstripe. It seems like when you
mix them with animals that have a reduced pattern,
like a spider or a pinstripe, makes it even cooler. Egg number three. Let’s see if we start gettin’ some combos here of some different things. Oh, well, okay. Well we have definitely
a little banana here. But doesn’t look like it’s anything, maybe an extreme gene banana. Hard to tell really, but none
of the other combinations. So far we haven’t got any chocolate stuff, which is a little bit bizarre, I guess. And then it looks like we have, again, you can see, this
is a normal extreme gene. Kind of typical of the way
Extreme Gene patterning is. They usually have like some
stripping down the side and some little dot dashes. So that’s an Extreme Gene right there. Still no chocolates,
which is really unusual. Let’s see what we have
in this one right here. Hoo! Get away from there. All right, well we have, actually, a banana extreme gene spider right here. So that’s pretty cool. That’s pretty awesome. Let’s see what we have in this next egg. Hoo. All right, these little owls. What we have here is just a Banana. Could be an Extreme Gene, not a 100% sure. Let’s see what we got here. Ohh, that’s a nice
looking snake right there. That is definitely a
banana extreme gene spider. And I’m sure it’s a chocolate! – Chocolate! – So I’m pretty sure we hit the
all gene animal right there. It sure looks like it to me. It’s weird that we’ve had what, two, four, six, seven eggs
before we had one chocolate. But the thing that was awesome was we hit the extreme gene
chocolate spider banana. How awesome is that? Can’t wait till that one
crawls out of the egg. We’ve got two little eggs left. Let’s see what we have here. Okay, another what looks like
actually a banana chocolate. Doesn’t really look like an extreme gene but that’s pretty cool. We’re starting to get a
couple chocolate things. You know I love the
banana chocolate stuff. – They’re selling chocolate! – So that is really, really cool. And then lastly, it looks like we have just a little Banana here,
possibly a extreme gene. So, I got some pretty cool combinations. They’re all in all pretty good. So we’re gonna jump into
the rest of our day here. I do have another clutch
to cut later in the vlog but nevertheless I’m pretty happy with the results on this one. I’ve got a tour in the house. How are you guys? – Good. – Good, it’s great to meet ya. Where you guys from? – White Lake. – White Lake so not too far, so awesome. Good, we’re gonna have a good time, see a bunch of cool stuff. Are you ready to go? – Yes. – Let’s do this. (heavy bass pop music) First tour of the day is done and it kinda really made me think how important I think education is, right? It’s like, that’s kinda
what my life has become. It’s like, I want to educate
people here at the Reptarium. Don’t get me wrong, I love breeding snakes and I think that even
selling snakes to people so that they can own a snake
is kind of an education, right? Cause if someone has a snake,
they’re educating their self how awesome they are. Or a reptile of any sort for that matter. But you know, now with the Reptarium, I get to do this every day. Bring people in. So tours and birthday parties, which by the way we have
here later on in the vlog, we have a birthday party. It’s just awesome, you know. I mean we have a great time not only showing off animals that I love and just getting a
chance to share this life but also educating people. And we had some people in this last tour, that were all awesome, but they were very fearful of reptiles. And at the end they really appreciate ’em. They’re like, “I didn’t
realize how awesome Elvis is, “and Bella is and Perdida
is and Sunrise and so on.” So that’s what we do and that’s really what
drives me these days. Believe it or not my career
started way back in the 80’s, breeding Corn Snakes of all things. That’s right and I’ll be honest with you, I don’t know that back then I ever thought about the educational side. I just wanted to work with cool animals, things like these Corn Snakes. I’ve been doing YouTube
for like, 12 years now. Even though the vlog is
only a few years old. I was YouTube-ing before
that on Snake Bites TV. And it’s kinda always been
about education, you know. I mean that’s what it is. We actually term it edutainment, right? Cause we wanna entertain you
and we want to educate you. And in a way, even if I get bit by a snake and you see that I’m not
reacting like you would think, that’s kinda a form of
education in itself, right? So we wanna make it fun but
we also want to teach you guys that these animals are
absolutely incredible. Pretty excited. I’ve got a little package here. My buddy over at Boas and Balls, Mike, actually sent me a present! Ohhh, doggy! That is incredible. This is actually a Motley
Jungle that is het for Albino, I believe, I think it’s
something like that. But wow! That thing is crazy. I’ve always liked the Motley Boas, it’s one of my favorite mutations. This is a little boy that
we’re gonna raise up. Absolutely incredible. You know, speaking of boys. I mean, what is up with seahorses. I mean don’t seahorse males have babies? I mean where do seahorses come from? Think about that animal in the wild. I mean, a seahorse. That’s like out of, like, some
kind of mythological thing. But, regardless, back to the snake, I’m pretty excited about this boa because I love boas. And I have a couple
really cool female Albinos that I think when this guy gets up to size I can actually try to breed ’em. I could produce some like, Jungle Albinos, Jungle Motleys because Jungle
and Motley are both dominate or co-dominate or
incomplete dominate animals, meaning that when you breed ’em, right off the bat you’re gonna get things. So you could get Jungles,
you get Jungle Motleys, you can get Motleys and of course the albino
is recessive regardless, beautiful snake, just look
at that stripe down it. Hoohoo, doggy, that thing is gorgeous. Back to the egg cutting, this is actually an enchi female bred to
a banana enchi pinstripe and as you can see, there’s
already a couple babies out. Some other eggs that pipped out. And you guys know that I
typically only cut eggs a day or two before they’re
actually gonna hatch. So this is right in the
wheelhouse, you know, I don’t wanna cut ’em too early because then it can be a problem. We have just a little
pinstripe ball python out here, nothing special other than that, it doesn’t have any enchi,
doesn’t have any banana in it. And again, we could get
some super enchi pins, we could get some super enchi pin bananas, super enchi bananas. Here’s a little banana enchi
that hatched out as well that’s absolutely beautiful. So we’ll just set kinda
set those guys aside and kinda cut around ’em,
if you know what I mean. So let’s go ahead and
jump into this first egg and see if we can actually
see any of the results. Oh yeah, right off the rip. Unbelievable, hoo! That is really nice, that is actually probably a super enchi
banana right off the rip. And you can tell with that
really reduction of pattern, the way the kind of widow’s peaks happen. Absolutely incredible, that is cool. Now the only other thing we can hit, the all gene, would be
that plus pinstripe. So we’ll see if we get that and it might be a little bit hard to
tell in the egg anyways but you never know. Looks like we have just another
just normal pinstripe here. Which is a little bit
weird but that’s awesome, that’s good, I love baby snakes regardless and it’s always cool to cut babies. Let’s see what we have in
this little monkey right here. Oh yeah, oh wait, wait, whoa. What the heck is that? Okay, I was sitting here
thinking that is super reduced! Hoo, doggy, that thing is incr- That thing is absolutely incredible. This is absolutely a super enchi banana but it is super reduced so I almost wonder if there’s another gene
floating around in there because that is ridiculous. Okay, we are on to a few more eggs here and then we’ll be done
for cutting for the day. Let’s see what we have here. Okay, this is a beautiful animal here. This is a super enchi pinstripe, doesn’t have the banana
so this is just missing the banana and then
you’d have the all gene. But that one is gorgeous. Let’s go ahead and see what we got in this little egg right here. What do we have, what do we have? Okay, another super enchi
banana, so that’s really cool. And the super enchi
banana stuff is amazing ’cause it mixes really
well, it’s really beautiful and, of course, everything you breed to it is gonna be enchi because
that’s what supers do. So that’s really cool. I can see inside this last
egg and it’s not a banana so we are not gonna
hit the all gene today. But looks like we hit just a
normal enchi ball python here. Possibly, nah, I was gonna
say possibly a super enchi but no, that’s just an enchi so that’s it. Some pretty cool results. We didn’t hit the all
gene but we definitely hit some amazing animals and that is your egg cutting for the day. I had this amazing clutch just hatch out. This was actually a
pinstripe that was bred to a cinny cypress. And this is a little
cinny cypress right here. It is one of the nicest
ones I’ve ever seen, really beautiful color and that cypress often times has that dorsal
striping in it, right? So this one is actually
obviously a really good example of a cinny cypress ball python. Hoo doggy, I tell you what, that’s nice. Now this one, ironically enough, might be a low expression cinny cypress. You can see again, that striping. Now really, cinnys can sometimes have that striping too, so once it sheds, I’ll get a better
understanding of the color and pattern and stuff like that. I think it might be a low
expression cinny cypress or really a beautiful
normal cinny, not sure. And then this little
monkey hatched out too, which is hoohoo, doggy,
that thing is incredible. That is a pinstripe cypress ball python. Doesn’t have the cinny in
it, but I tell you what that cypress really has
an amazing expression on the pinstripe. With that solid stripe all
the way down the dorsal so this was some really beautiful animals and great expressions of
the actual cypress gene. I’ve mentioned this before, guys, on September 22nd, we have our one year anniversary party, it’s a Sunday. So from noon eastern standard
time til eight o’clock, we’re gonna be open here at the Reptarium. Normally, we’re only open three to eight but this time it’s gonna be noon to eight. We’re gonna have things outside like food, we’re gonna have beverages,
we’re gonna have face painting and a bunch of other really cool stuff. Maybe some prizes that people could win. So if you’re thinking about
coming to the Reptarium, come celebrate with us for
our one year anniversary September 22nd, noon til eight o’clock. We got a birthday party
in the house again, just one more aspect of educating and I absolutely love
it, I mean it’s so cool. (laughing) And these guys look
like five or six years old. This should be a really fun time. Again, I absolutely love birthday parties. I mean again, it’s just cool
to see the kids so excited. Every animal we brought
out, they were screamin’ and I know they’ll remember
this, they’ll talk about it. And you never know when one of these kids is gonna grow up and be a famous scientist or maybe a politician that’s gonna be influential for the future of the hobby. So these kids here are so important and every kid and every person, really, is important because you
never know what the future is. Maybe one of these kids is gonna save a species one day
and it might have started with the love of animals
in a place like this. So I feel very blessed to be able to have this time and I enjoy every minute of it. And obviously when we’re
open up at the Reptarium, that’s like the best way to
really educate a lot of people because we get tons of people coming in and the crew does an
amazing job of showing them the animals, doing all that so it’s gonna be cool. We’re opening up to the
public here in a minute so what do you say we
get this party started and open up for the Reptarium. As always, having an
absolutely amazing time here at the Reptarium tonight. Great people, hey how are you? – Hi! – (laughing) All right, let’s go back to having a good time. Been an absolutely rockin’ night here, we’re just kinda winding down. Maybe 15 more minutes til close so. Isn’t it crazy, I tell
you, I love the Reptarium. I love these nights,
people just make me happy no matter what because
it’s just so much fun sharing this with everybody. There’s not too many clutches left to cut for this year but it’s been a really amazing year. I hope that you guys
enjoyed the egg cutting and you guys will miss it when it’s done. We still have a handful more to cut, so don’t you worry. If you liked this video,
you can check this egg cutting video out here, an entire playlist of egg cutting. You can subscribe over here, turn the post notifications on. Remember to be kind to someone today and I promise I’m gonna
see you guys tomorrow.

Randy Schultz

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  1. A1A Adventures says:

    Cutting ball python eggs = NEVER gets old

  2. Amber Jones says:

    So funny to hear you talk about seahorses! It was great:)

  3. Mario Lowe says:

    I was going to go to Tinley but now that I learned you don't do shows anymore now I probably won't go now.

  4. Gwen Bloodmoon says:

    Sea horses are a fish believe it or not they are part of a group of fish called pipe fish now yes the males give birth but the way it happens is the male fertilizes the female and when it's time she lays her eggs in his brood pouch then when they hatch they escape from the brood pouch giving the appearance of giving birth and yes he is technically pregnant

  5. Bob Dude says:

    So are spiders like bad like they cant function properly Ive heard things and i just wanna know

  6. Julie Storie says:

    1:46 πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ¦‰

  7. Roger says:

    Haha the poor little owl lol that was too funny the small clips of spongbob lol. Have a great day Brian and Reptaroum crew!!

  8. Rebecca Hess says:

    Another awesome vlog, I believe you are correct that the little ones that come through will one day save one of these animals. My family really enjoys the walk through you do and the little bits of info you give on whatever animal you have for that day. Thank you

  9. Tabetha Sowell says:

    That was awesome! I love that you remember to slap and scare away the owls while being so excited. My scattered brain would forget!

  10. Tristan Field says:

    I cannot believe the reptarium is almost a year old 😱

  11. ashley7704 says:

    I died laughing when you smacked the owl spit my coffee put literally. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ€œπŸ¦‰ Thank you for the laugh and another amazing video!

  12. TheReptileRoom says:

    By far my favorite vlog. I love the owl bit

  13. Squamata Gaming says:

    OMG. I watched him slap that owl 10 times. That was a great laugh.

  14. lord6 says:

    I always skip intro.

  15. Eric Wilson says:

    Where is r.j. haven't seen him in a while

  16. Robyn Leigh says:

    Brian! You are killing me with the owl. I can certainly tell you have been reading the comments. β€οΈπŸ˜‚

  17. Nick says:

    Not the owl!!! πŸ˜‚

  18. TJ Johns says:

    I almost wrecked myself when you smacked that owl.. you guys are having to much fun.. totally love it.

  19. Cindy Dew says:

    So wish that we could be there for your 1 year anniversary! We have Birthday parties for my Grandchildren so, won't be able to get away. Congratulations to you, Lori, Noah, Eric and your entire staff. They are amazing people!

  20. Stephanie Ward says:

    Last year the reptarium opened on my birthday and this year I would LOVE to come celebrate with you!!!

  21. Josh Ortiz says:

    Wish I could be there on the 22nd. Hope everything goes well

  22. MIGUEL GOMEZ says:

    Cleanest cut in the game..😎 No nutrient loss.. respect..

  23. Sherry Brzeczka says:

    "Whoo!*boof*" I'm dyin laughing. Definitely playing this one OVER!πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

  24. Amanda Durham says:

    I like your little owls….

  25. mobilesniper 69 says:

    I wish I could come to the anniversary but I live in Wyoming

  26. Anna L says:

    Wish I could go to your open house…😞 well at least it’s on my birthday!

  27. Sherry Brzeczka says:

    I'm loving the interaction with the owl.

  28. Delma Contreras says:


  29. Rich Corbett says:

    Good morning Brian see you tomorrow thanks

  30. Michelle Morningstar says:

    wow epic video even the edits are spot on with the owl and the seahorse way to go love it Hope We Get To See The One Year Annvirsary On Video Congrats Brian And The Crew……..

  31. Marcella Kitasaua Vilar says:

    omg you've made my day when you smacked that owl. i'm completely obsessed about the vlog. one day iΒ΄ll go to the reptarium and get a ball python with you to bring to Brazil. i love you!

  32. Trey Mane says:

    I was in school so I could not watch this earlier

  33. Donna Dosh says:

    Hello Brian I love seeing all the different colors of the snakes I used to be afraid of them but watching you educate me helps me not be afraid of them anymore on your year anniversary is my birthday I wish I could live closer so I can come visit thanks for showing me love from Maryland

  34. Courtney Lynne says:

    The next "oh yeah" he needs a Mounty hat or something else Canadian or Minnesotan.

  35. yoboy wolfy says:

    Hey my friend wants to know why you cutt your eggs open early

  36. Meghan Kat says:

    I’m in need . Cashapp me at $miszmeghankat help me get some groceries please!! Anything will help

  37. sheila tennis says:

    The owl stuff is cracking me up! Thank you Brian I needed this!β™₯️β™₯️🐊🐊

  38. Piper Heckmann says:

    Yeah I’m famous I’m in video

  39. Taevian's World of Reptiles! says:

    Edutainment! I like it!

  40. mark harris says:

    The more i watch these vlogs the more i want to visist the Reptarium looks a awsome place . I visit the US over xmas and new year i wonder if i can talk the other half into a detour from new york hmmmm πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€”

  41. BJ Piel says:

    Love the owls

  42. Gavin Swinford says:

    I love your videos Brian! Whenever I get home from school, I watch your videos. You’re awesome Brian!!!

  43. Neil Martin says:

    When you said you had been doing youtube for 12 years, I went looking for some old videos. lol, found some,

    Maybe you could do a video based on some old videos, maybe with a snake you had then and still have now.

  44. Santiago Carbonell says:

    Shouldn’t you use something else to open the egg I would be afraid to cut the snake?

  45. BugZapperBob says:

    Brian! Stop being mean to the owls!!!

  46. Lena Berg says:

    Why is there bout. In the egg

  47. Katie Karr says:

    I wonder if u would ever do a q&a with someone? An I love your videos! I love how much care u take with even the new borns ur so gentle with them.

  48. Mrs. PuppySaver For life says:

    I died when you swiped that owl away! Be careful using the sponge bob stuff. They claimed ownership of Joogsquad videos and received all of the ad revenue

  49. onefastrx7 Universe 7's galactic warrior says:

    Now I kinda wanna see you get seahorses I wouldn't mind seeing that

  50. Alex Sigurani says:

    Will you introduce the ball python's when they are out? πŸ™ƒ

  51. Christine Marsh says:

    Love that owl πŸ¦‰,lol

  52. Moira Armstrong says:

    Love love egg cuttingβ€πŸ’―β—

  53. Michael Ross says:


  54. Bearded Dad of Two says:

    Slapping the owl was the funniest thing I've seen in a while🀣🀣🀣. Awesome vlog!! I do have a question. When feeding my ball python, do I need to put it in a separate space other than my terrarium? I've heard some people say I shouldn't feed it where it lives.

  55. Tylergoddard Goddard says:

    Always love the spongebob inserts!

  56. Bobby M75 says:

    Another great video as usual, We want to see Eric cutting open a clutch before there is none left. I Need Help with my Ball Python, I have been trying to switch from FT mice to FT rats and she will not even look at it.First time I've ever had this problem, I tried keeping a couple mice in a bag with a rat for the smell and that didn't work, If I put 3 or 4 FT mice in her tub she'll eat them all but don't think it would be the same a nice big rat. Should I try a live rat? Any ideas or suggestions by anyone would be appreciated. Thank you

  57. Patricia Thore-Vertucci says:

    You guys are so cool I just love this vlog I can’t wait every morning to watch it. And I’m coming one day

  58. Jessica Kuligowski says:

    5:29 I kept seahorses as pets (always attempting to breed and raise them with little luck) for a long time. They're close relatives of pipefish, where the males carry the eggs in a similar manner but not so securely in a pouch. It's no different from a snake adapting to a world having no legs. It's just the way they are. And they are also some of the most intelligent and personable fish I ever kept.

  59. Kwintina Files says:

    Totally love your vlogs! Another great one and funny add insπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

  60. Red_ Dipz says:

    You have some smart edits

  61. Why don’t we Limelight says:

    I know it’s 4 days late but happy birthday Brian have a good day too

  62. Wolfsblut LP says:

    Omg I died laughing when the spongebob chocolate meme popped up πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ love the editing

  63. Robert Caballero says:

    I swear I love these egg cuttings and watching your reaction makes it so much better you rock brian!

  64. Robert Caballero says:

    Brian I'm in the process of my next reptile which do you prefer I'm stuck between a red tail boa and a Savannah monitor. I've done my research just need help choosing

  65. Helen Perkolup says:

    Technically the female seahorses lay the eggs, and deposit all 1000-3000 of them into the males pouch, where he can fertilize them. Then he waits 9-45 days, depending on the species, for them to hatch. Then he can finally spit them out, to start life on their own.

  66. Kelvin Bachan says:

    Very entertaining and educational Brian, you set a great example for all. Keep up the great work and positive vibes to you and your team!

  67. emanuel rodriguez says:

    Hey brian, i have been interested in the dinker ball pythons. Could you do a video touching up on those types of ball pythons?

  68. Richard Plato says:

    Congrats on the one year anniversary

  69. Gaming Panther says:

    Just got my leopard geckos form you and they are adorable πŸ˜πŸ˜„πŸ˜€πŸ˜ƒπŸ¦Ž

  70. RNGP GaminG says:

    Don’t use the sponge bob thing you will get demonitize

  71. Christina Dvoracek says:

    Any new information on expanding of the reptarium .

  72. Rosa Urena says:

    I woke up went to school and dislocated my left knee and last year in 7th grade i also dislocated my right knee

  73. Rosa Urena says:

    Today was my left leg

  74. Sonia Hanley says:

    Love the vlog Brian the baby snakes r gorgeous I can’t get over how many different colours I could never get sick of the egg cuttin wish u had more of it everyday should be egg cuttin have a great day πŸ™‚

  75. Edwin Chae says:

    Never clicked so fast! <3

  76. Brandon Guin says:

    Brian have you ever hatched a Chimera ball python or had have one?

  77. RRR Reptile Ray Raz says:

    That Mandirin looking gorgeous, I just found one I can pick up in Jersey , I’m stoked to pick her up , My first Rat snake in 23 years lol

  78. Tammy Jones says:

    Hey Brian, if you don't have one ready, could you please do a segment focusing on piedbald ball pythons? For example, how big do they normally get? Are they doscile and recommended as a first snake? I had a boa before and unfortunately he hung himself trying to get out of his encloseure. However, it's been a long time and I'm just dying for a piedbald and will be repurposing my old chimney to build an aquarium but I don't want to pay up to $3500 for one if not recommended yet. But please do a segment to teach everything you know about the piedbald ball python. Thank you so much!!!!!

  79. Derek Killen says:

    Its cool to see the pation that you have and to see you smile, i love reptiles and cant stay away from this chanel
    Keep it up BHB

  80. Slayerplays 456 says:

    Nice vid

  81. Ace- Venom says:

    Owl wack lol

  82. jonathan pettigrew says:

    Brian great. My son managed to sneak in at the end. We had a great time. Thank you and your staff.

  83. JustinFaiLz says:


  84. Lochlan Scholl says:

    I love how the owls pop up πŸ˜‚ please don’t hit them πŸ˜‚

  85. destiny tilton says:

    Me and my son always watch your videos .hes 3 and loves when the owl pops up.! He gets so excited and loved this video with all the added pop ups lol. I wish we could attend on the 22nd that would be so much fun but we live in indianapolis and wont have a way. Have you guys ever thought of expanding to other states?

  86. ReptileUnsuitableShowsnake says:


  87. StreetSpeed says:

    Are we going to be able to get any hognose videos!? I would love to be able to buy one soon! Thanks!

  88. Eric Wilder says:

    Do you have a website to buy some of these awesome snakes? Been wanting a cool snake for a while. Ball pythons are great animals.

  89. MAldine costa says:

    A wooo with that owl on it t-shirt needs to be made Brian, that would sale well

  90. Rizky Surya says:

    Poor owls πŸ˜‚

  91. KINGoftwenty Lame&FOX says:

    "…And it's always cool to cut babies"

  92. Keefer Miller says:

    Where did u get that shirt? Lol I want one.

  93. Tricia Abrams says:

    I like the egg cutting better when you show a pic of the parents as you're telling what you bred to what. It helps because I don't know the snake names well. Thanks!

  94. Tricia Abrams says:

    Oh my! You had me rolling when you smacked the owl!!! Love your antics!

  95. Terri Beavers says:

    This channel has made me lose my mind. I can't believe I'm having awwww moments over snakes. Snakes!

  96. Laurel’s Tarantula Nook says:

    Your vlogs were already awesome, but with Jay they’re superb now!

  97. Wilson88 says:

    Hey Brian I was thinking how cool it would be if you did a giveaway for a subscriber to get a chance to get a tour. I just thought there are probably so many fans that would love a chance to learn from and meet you that can't afford a private tour. Just an idea, hopefully it's ok that I asked or threw the idea out there.

  98. Miguel Lopez says:

    I will never forget the reptarium b-day is one day before mine, love the vids and amazing hatchlings!!

  99. catweasels says:

    HOO BOY i'm gonna be there for that face painting
    I probably work that evening, so I'm glad to hear you'll be opening up early~ … Just means that I get to go to work with a snake painted on my face, right?

  100. Tasha Kendrick says:

    So was it 4 shirts today and you should be nice to Red the owl, but the smacks where fun !!!!

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