(“Lay Low” by Dylan Sitts) (whoosh) – Hey, good morning everybody, and welcome to the vlog! You guys know that I
love to start the day out with something exciting. Well, sure enough, my girl
here, the uroplatus fimbriatus, this unbelievably alien
looking leaf-tail gecko, actually laid a little egg
right over here on the leaf. You could barely see it over there. Now, it doesn’t look great in the sense that it’s
not completely round, but it is hard, so there’s a chance that it could potentially be okay. Now, the biggest thing is, is
I don’t wanna rip that egg off and crack the egg, so what
I think I’m gonna have to do is actually snip off
right around this leaf and around this leaf, and set it up and hopefully it’s good. Now, what’s interesting
is most of the time geckos like her will lay two eggs, but she has consistently
been laying one egg, and I don’t really know why. Now, the first two eggs she
did lay haven’t been fertile, unfortunately, so we’re
gonna have to take a look and see if she actually
gets any better here. Now, it could be a male
issue, we don’t know. We’re thinking about getting
another male for her. Nevertheless, she is so cool
and we’re gonna go ahead and see if we can do a little surgery on this egg right here. Like I said, I’m just
gonna just really simply snip away right here, and
I’ll snip the other side, just so that it frees
that egg up off of there. Now I can see if it’s over here. (grunts) Now I’ve got that egg
freed up right there. What I’ll probably do
is the same thing here, is maybe just snip this leaf
away a little bit right there, just to see if I can’t,
somehow, get that egg off. Let’s see. So let me see if I can get around here, or if I have to cut this whole leaf off, which I think I might have to do. (scissors snapping) Whoop. Oh, just gonna go ahead and
snip this away right here. (scissors snapping) Now I’ve got the egg, right there. And like I said, the egg
doesn’t look all that good, and I have a feeling it’s
probably not fertile, but I’m gonna give it the best shot, I am. Now, this is how you wanna
set up the eggs, right here. We’ll have Hatchrite in there,
a little bit of sphagnum moss that keeps the dampness, and then we have this little cap with a
little dry perlite in there. Right like that, and
we’ll just place that egg right on that, because what you want is you want the humidity
from the sphagnum moss and the Hatchrite, but you
want it to be dry on this. We’ll just cap this off, right here. Now, these guys take forever to hatch, so we want know if this egg
is fertile for any time. I can candle it and see, but it’s probably gonna
take me a week or two before you really see any networks of vein or anything like that. So, fingers crossed, maybe eventually we’re gonna hatch some
uroplatus fimbriatus, but we’ll have to wait (laughs) to see. Regardless, either way, it is awesome to start the day out getting some eggs! It’s not always fun keeping animals, I can tell you that much,
and Butterscotch’s cage is a little destroyed right now. She messed it up, she shed,
she’s all over the place, and unfortunately, Andrea
I know you love this cage because we have to climb
inside of it, right? – Lucky us. – (laughs) That’s the downside, too. We’ve been considering
moving Butterscotch lower, but I’m not 100% sure if
we’re gonna do that or not. So, we have to literally
just open this cage up, get her out, which is
a challenge in itself, and then climb in there and clean her up. Butterscotch, are you gonna
be in a good mood today? She’s a really girl, but she’s definitely a little food aggressive,
so as soon as she knows I’m not food, she’s actually pretty good. There you go girl. There you go sweety. Being that she’s high energy, she can definitely be a challenge to get out of the cage at times. (grunting) There you go sweetheart, there you go. She is a beautiful
snake, though, isn’t she? Okay, girl, all right. There you go, there you go. Okay. (lid clattering) – Oh.
– Whoop! (laughs) Oh God, (laughs) here we go. Now she’s got my leg. – Oh my gosh. – Oh, she’s got me wrapped tight. Okay, here we go. (lid clattering) Hoo, all right. That was the easy part, now the hard part. (“Lay Low” by Dylan Sitts) Butterscotch’s cage is all cleaned. We’re gonna get her back in, but before I put her back in I’ve been really making a concerted effort to handle her a lot, because
she’s a really tame snake. She’s never even struck at anyone, except for food, but she’s a runner. She loves to kind of run, run, run, run. So, I really think that Butterscotch is eventually gonna be one of my Big Animal Ambassadors
when she’s 17, 18 foot. But that means I have to handle her a lot, to get her more habituated to handling, because trust me, she is a handful. So let’s just go ahead and
spend some time with her. (“Lay Low” by Dylan Sitts) And there it is. I mean, what an absolutely gorgeous snake, and she was actually really good today, so she’s calming down a lot. You might know that I
sometimes spin into things. So, if a big snakes is kinda going away, you can almost think of
like a fork on spaghetti. You wind it back (laughs)
around the fork, right? So, I’ll spin in to where she’s going, and it kinda gets her around my body. She has absolutely made huge strides, and what an absolutely gorgeous animal. Well, you remember the other day, when I said I was doing really well when it comes to egg binding? Well, sure enough, we found a female that I didn’t see an
egg that was still in. I don’t know if I’m gonna
be able to get this egg out, because it’s not right by the vent, but I’m gonna do my absolute best. Now, I’m gonna do the same
procedure that I always do. Taking a surgical probe like this, that has a really dull
end, and I’m just gonna try to just gently massage that
egg down towards the vent. Then I’m going to get the
vent and I’m gonna see if I can’t find that egg, and again, I don’t know if I’ll be
able to find the egg or not, or if the oviduct is folded. I’m not sure what’s gonna happen, but I’m gonna do my absolute
best here to try to find it. It looks like I can see it right there! I’m just using a circular pattern to kinda get that oviduct around the egg, as I gently push out. Again, you can see the oviduct
is trying to fold over it, so what I have to do is just kinda slowly get the egg like this. Starting to come! It’s starting to come out! I can see it right there,
and I just gotta continue to just circle around like
this until that egg comes. Here it comes, it’s coming out. Yep, good, there doesn’t
seem to be any tears or anything in the oviduct, which is good. And, again, I’ll just
continue that circular pattern until it gets out, and there
it comes out, right there. All right, fantastic. There’s the egg I was talking about. Again, this girl had it in here. Now, if that would have gotten stuck, what basically happens,
this egg can dry up and adhere to the oviduct wall, and then it won’t actually
push out, even if she wants to. So, it is kind of important, if you can, aspirate that egg out. Although, I really wanna
beg you guys to not do this unless you’ve been with
someone that’s done this. I’ve been doing aspirating eggs
for 30 years, so I know it. So you could really injure an animal if you go in with the
probe and actually pierce the oviduct or anything like that. So, don’t do it unless
you know someone that is. But it is important and the fact that we got this egg out right here really saved this girl’s life, or potentially saved her life. So, now let’s hope there’s no
more egg binding this year. I always mention that
some of the coolest things I get to do in the course of a day is hang out with my tortoises. I mean, look at Matilda there! She’s such an awesome animal, and of course my little leopard tortoises. I absolutely love these guys, and one of the things I’ve
been talking about adding to the vlog a little bit,
maybe every couple weeks or something like that, I’m
not gonna over do it, is… You know, we’re a huge community. You know I love you guys, so I wanna be able to
answer your questions. Recently, we’ve kind of asked you to go ahead and send in some questions. I wanna start with this one. – Hey there, Brian. This is Fran, your friend
from across the pond, from Frankie’s Aquatics,
and I’d like to ask you a quick question for your vlog today. So, as you know, I’ve
followed your channel for many years now, and I’ve experienced and shared some of your ultimate highs. For example, cutting the
scaleless ball python eggs. And, unfortunately, we’ve
witnessed some terrible lows, too. Another example, when you
lost your snake, Sunshine. My question for you today is, what has been your ultimate high? What has kept you going, when really you felt like want to quit inside? What’s kept your passion? What’s kept your drive? Thank you very much for
being an absolute inspiration here on YouTube, and I wish
you all the best for you and your BHB family in the future. – First off, thanks for
that amazing question, and by the way, I mean, that’s some pretty awesome
editing skills you got there. (laughs) Regardless, the truth is guys, I try to take the highs and
lows out as much as possible. It’s really easy, when
things are going really well or you get an awesome clutch or you get something really amazing, to be really high and be really excited Then, when something bad happens, it’s easy to get really low. If you can kinda take
the highs and lows out as much as you can, and trust me, I talk about this all the time. People go in the gym to lift weights to get their body in shape. You need to do the same thing
with your mental health. You need to actually put a lot of energy into that mental health,
and that’s something I try to do each and every day. The other thing I do is
try to surround myself with really positive, upbeat people on… None better than (laughs) of course these two monkeys right here. I mean, how can you be in
a bad mood or something, when you’ve got these two guys around. The question was, how do
you deal with the fact, when things are going really well, and then maybe, potentially, go bad, how do you keep happy and positive? – Well, the key to that is, if you’re happy during the
lowest points of you life, you can even be so positive
during the high times, you know what I mean? So, you’ve gotta learn
from your losses, okay? Don’t take them and be
like, “Oh, I’m so sad.” Take that loss, analyze it, really pick it apart, and then it will tell you how to win next time. – I just bury it, deep down inside. Just cover it up. (somber music)
– [Katie] They ask you how you are and you just have to say that you’re fine when you’re not really fine. But you can’t just get into– – Bury it down below the seven
and a half tacos you can eat? – Yeah, that’s right. Dude
– Because we all know you can’t eat more than
seven and a half tacos. – Amateur numbers, amateur numbers, man! – But honestly, guys, dead serious, I do try to surround myself
with really great people that can kinda keep me on an even keel, and I’ve just learned to
live with the ups and downs of life, business, all the other things, and with you guys it makes it really easy. Take a look at this bold
mack snow right here! That thing is so clean, it’s crazy. I’m not gonna lie to you,
Jessica is off today, and I was looking through these,
and I was just blown away. But I don’t even know
what some of these are. I’m not as in-tune with gecko marks as I am with a lot of animals. I look at this thing and I
think, “What the heck is it?!” I mean, I know it’s a mack snow, but look at that crazy pattern. I mean, that thing is
absolutely ridiculous. Again, I’m sure there’s
some genetics behind it that Jessica (laughs) just
probably knows better than I do. Look at this one, too! This is actually a bell albino, but that pattern is ridiculous. It’s kind of a bold stripe, but it’s also a little bit patternless, so I don’t know if there’s
some eclipse in there or not. Regardless, I did wanna
get back to the Q&A. – Hey, this is my Q&A for Brian. I was wondering, why are
you coming out to Utah? I live out in Utah and I
love watching your videos, and I was just curious what
you’re coming out to Utah for. Beautiful city, not much
to do, but, just curious. – I’m continuing to just
marvel at these geckos. What in the world is that? Of course, this is a mack bold. But regardless, I am coming out to Utah, here within the next month for sure. We’re gonna be at SeaQuest
in Salt Lake City, and we’re just gonna be hanging out, doing some really cool vlog stuff, some other things like that. Then, I definitely have to hit some cool park when I’m there. I’m not sure if I’m gonna hit
Arches or Zion or whatever. I’m not 100% sure. As a matter of fact, I
have a question for you! What park should I go to when
I’m close to Salt Lake City? I’m only gonna have like
a day or so to do it, but yes, I am coming out there. Definitely stay in touch. We will be at SeaQuest, for sure, so if you wanna come out
and hang out with us, we’d absolutely love to see you there. Back to geckos, continuing on with a crazy mack snow bold animal. This has to be a white
and yellow, but oh my God! What a gorgeous little monkey! I could sit here all day
and look at these geckos. They’re insane! This is one, I’ll be honest, I don’t know what the pairing is. I didn’t look at the records,
but I’m not exactly sure what it is, but it’s
just really ridiculous. And we’re just starting to hatch geckos, so, over the next couple months, whoo doggy, we’re gonna
have some beauties. So let me know down in the comments if you guys like the idea of
doing Q&A’s every now and then, and if you want me to highlight
a question that you have, go ahead send them over to
@jaytomsky on Instagram. What’s up Eric? Another busy day today? – Yep, super busy day today. Of course, going through,
cleaning everything, checking on everyone. Then, I’m gonna come back,
see them again, feed them. Lots to do. – I can see you have a load
of rodents over here, so… That’s part of the deal here, guys. I mean, I always tell people it’s like painting a bridge, right? You get to the end, you come
back, you paint again, right? – Yeah, that’s right, that’s true. – So feed, and then the good news is, is that after you’re done
feeding, that turns into poop. – Yes! – [Brian] And then you have to clean it. – You know what, that’s job security, 101. (laughing) – [Brian] All right,
I’ll let you get to it. – Thank you. (“Lay Low” by Dylan Sitts) – In the dungeon, what
do we have today, Kelsey? – Today we have a Xanthic female
breed to a Dragonfly male. – Awesome! This is an amazing female! I actually showed you
this girl the other day. She’s a VPI Axanthic. I love this animal. I know you love this animal too. – I do. (laughs) – I know you do, so I know you’re excited. Let’s see what she has. (drawer rattling) Aw, looks like a good clutch, too. Look at that. Oh, there we go, whoop. Oo, that’s kind of a weird egg, huh? – That’s a weird boob egg. – Yeah, that’s a really–
– It’s on the wrong end. – Yeah, it’s all over the place. But, ironically enough, I can see there’s some discoloration in here where there’s some veinage. So, this does look like a good egg. Will it hatch? I’m not 100% sure, but it does look like some of the eggs are rolled a little bit, and they look like they’re really fresh, so they haven’t really
adhered together really well. So, we’ll candle them, just to make sure, but that is a really beautiful
clutch of eggs right there. Good job.
– There we go. – [Brian] What do we have? – One, two, three, four,
five, six, seven, eight, nine! – Nine eggs, not bad! Like I said, this one’s
a little bit goofy, but it still looks like it’s gonna hatch. Again, that’s gonna be really cool. I love Axanthic stuff. We need to get more Axanthic stuff. – Yes. – Because I know it’s
one of Kelsey’s favorite. (laughing) So, that’s all we have for
ball python eggs today. Good job, as always, Kelsey. – Thank you. – Real quick break from the vlog to open up something that says,
“Open on the vlog please.” So, I have no idea what it is, but we’re gonna go ahead
and open it on the vlog and hopefully it’s something good. Do you think it’s a piece
of gold or something? – I don’t know. (package crinkling) It’s something, a bottle of something. – [Brian] Ah, what do we got? – Well at least it’s taped
shut, so that’s good. Dechlorinate. – Dechlorinate for the fish tank? – Leave in conditioner. Removes yellow from gray hair! (laughs) What?! – What is this?
– Who is this for?! (laughing) Is this for you? – This can’t be, this
better not be for me. (laughing) What is this? So it’s called Dechlorinate. It’s obviously some… You leave it in your hair
and it removes the gray. Reverses effect of gray hair. This is from Andy. Thank you Andy. (laughing) “My dad works really
hard for this product, called Dechlorinate.” So, obviously, it’s your dad. “He’s a hairdresser in North Carolina, and has been selling it in his saloon.” I guess, I dunno what
you’re trying to tell me. These are highlights. – And you know what, they’re
gonna be Dechlorinated. He’s gonna try this, and then it’s really gonna shine. (laughs) – All right, so if next week I look like 20 years younger, you know that this product works well. – No, you’re gonna look 20 years older! It’s gonna be snow white! (laughing) – Snow… (laughing) Well, thank you Andy. I appreciate that. I’m gonna take this as a compliment. That you’re trying to help me.
– Yes. – But, I do appreciate your
dad being an entrepreneur, trying to push the product. Thank you for sending it to me, and I’ll keep you guys updated on it. I think Lori’s having to much fun with this one.
(laughing) Always trying to improve
over here at the Reptarium, and I know it’s little silly things. I’ve showed you guys this, with the CR codes and stuff like that, but one of the problems was is that on the screen cages we
couldn’t put the stickers, so we ended up making
these plates right here, and we just added them
to the Abronia cages and to all the chameleon cages. But I will tell you something. I added them, I’m all proud. I’m like, “Look at this, Lori. How awesome is that? Karma’s over here, fantastic.” Then, when the zoo was
open, Lori mentioned that the Veiled chameleon and the Jacksons chameleon looked a little bit off. That’s right, I put the I put the Veiled chameleon on the Jacksons cage, and the Jacksons on the Veiled cage. So, I was so proud of my work, and as it was, I screwed it up. With that being said, I’m gonna go ahead and change those out, call it a day, wish you guys an amazing day, tell you how much I love your support, be kind to someone, and I promise, I will see you tomorrow. (“Lay Low” by Dylan Sitts)

Randy Schultz

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  1. Taipan says:

    Hey Brian this was a inspirational Vlog about keeping urself positive even a the low times. πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸΈπŸ’πŸ¦ŽπŸπŸŠ

  2. Cassandraa .Dqaf says:

    Come to Texas

  3. Morgan Massengill says:

    Hey Lori and Brian! Hope you guys have a awesome day. Loved seeing the turtles🐒 I am glade that Lucy🐍 is better and looking amazing!!!!!!! Don't forget to lock the door Brian. LOL!

  4. Beast Kicks says:

    Glad to see Andrea back in the videos 🌈 😘 great video as always

  5. Lowell Miller says:

    Hey Brian I handled my first snake today it was fun it was Mexican king snake

  6. TheLastApe says:

    Awesome stuff as always!

  7. Chris-Tina Moore Designs says:

    Can I have a youGeckos egg

  8. Syd Hess says:

    I love how enthusiastic and positive you are. You're vlogs definitely show the ups and the downs of being a breeder. I also want to comment on how smart it is to throw some product advertisements in with each vlog(showing the geckos) Which is an awesome marketing technique. Very admirable.

  9. kaylee hernandez says:

    is lucy ever goig to be a mom

  10. jonathan doak says:

    Hi Brian did you try to breed ancoda with a boa?

  11. Rudy Adames says:

    Nothing but love sent your way Brian

  12. 1tantomile says:

    @Brian Barczyk will you ever possibly come to Southern California? (sorry dont have Insta)

  13. 501ERIFYKS says:

    Hey Brian, I'm from Utah as well. There are many amazing parks here, but seeing as you are going to be in northern Utah I would recommend maybe checking out antelope island. It is very close to SeaQuest, just west of it. Zion's is amazing for sure though, only issue is that it is about a 6 hour drive from Layton where SeaQuest is (one way).

  14. Colt Barnett says:

    Hey Brian I’ve watched your vlog for past four months everyday. And I’ve got to say I love it and you brighten my day every morning!! I’m even subscribed to Noah’s vlog and your whole family is awesome!! Thank you for even the small things you do mean big things to me and I enjoy watching every day!! I even want to make a trip from Oklahoma to Michigan to see you guys and the animals!! Thank you again. You probably won’t even see this but know you and your family make my days so much brighter!!

  15. Blaze Asher says:

    Poor Eric! πŸ˜‚ They ask you how you feel

  16. Cat Zawadzski says:

    Ah Brian we all have oops.

  17. We're all Mad Here ! says:

    lol. putting that snake in the box was like watching someone try to put silly string back into the can

  18. Evil Minded Redhead says:

    Please stay away from SeaQuest. I live in Colorado and last year we had a SeaQuest open up here and within 6 months of opening they failed TWO animal welfare inspections, animals were illegally brought to the state before the proper permits were obtained and several other issues. Don't support SeaQuest because they don't take the welfare of their animals into consideration.

  19. Colton Pearson says:

    I’m in utahhh let us know where your goin to be at I’ll definitely come see you your my inspiration manπŸ’―β€οΈ

  20. loudshit66 says:

    11:03 His name is Kyle

  21. Chandler Apling -Hobbies- says:


  22. Lori Boone says:

    Watching your vlogs is the high point of my day. You are always upbeat, even on less happy days you always find something to show us that's happy and exciting. I liked the q&a, it was really interesting to see how far your have spread the joy. And thank you for reminding folks at home to be responsible and if they don't know how to do something to find someone who does, or take their animal to the vet. Blessings to you and your family.

  23. Brynlie Perkins says:

    zion for sure!!! i went for the first time a few weeks ago and there is so much to see and do!! it’s beautiful!!😻😻😻

  24. Chris Whalley says:

    Love the vlog Brian! Would love to see some more about the incubators. We see the eggs being laid and then we see the snakes emerging from the eggs, but what happens when the eggs are incubating ?

  25. Chickenkieedz says:

    I love your videos ❀ but please slow down and take a breath I cant keep upπŸ˜‚

  26. lotus flower says:

    That would be so awesome to meet you when you come to Utah! My 3 kids and I watch your vlog every day!

  27. N Keller says:

    Brian,love your stuff, but the Qand A section made me tune out for a while.

  28. Nikki Ellis says:

    I’m originally from Wisconsin but I have been to Utah and I recommend going to Arches National Park. Very cool. Bring lots of sunscreen and water. 🌞

  29. Jerrika Stevens says:

    Have to check out Goblin valley state park in Utah! It might be to far south but totally worth it!

  30. Barb Ransom says:

    Can you update us on helen

  31. StudlyRuddly - says:

    If you are coming to Utah I would say you should check out arches national park. Definitely a unique place to visit!

  32. Alicia A says:

    I love your channel. Can’t stop watching your videos!!

  33. proudredneck says:

    Brian, I’ve been considering getting a pet snake of my own. This would be my first snake and I’ve been leaning toward a gopher snake. I’m from Idaho and gophers are wild within miles of my house, so I thought it would be easier to take care of a gopher due to them thriving under Idaho’s conditions. Would you agree with this? Why or why not? Any info is appreciated. Thanks!

  34. Tayllor Renae says:

    Would or could you ever get a marine iguana? I think it'd be a really neat and awesome experience and definitely a great animal to educate others about.

  35. Amanda'stakeonit says:

    She might have an ovary that doesn't work.

  36. Amanda'stakeonit says:

    Wow!! Fran is awesome sauce!! He knows how and what to ask, that was a great question.

  37. Alba De hoyos says:

    El shampoo πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

  38. Amanda'stakeonit says:

    Moab is not near SLC but you should check it out!


    do you have a shop to buy the geckos

  40. Cowgirl6221 or Txangel### says:

    Great job on the vlog and mixing styles. I am enjoying Jay's video skills. I would ask to turn the music down a little more, not much just a tiny bit. It kinda rang in my ears this vlog. I know it's a work in progress but wanted offer the suggestion. Other then that great vlog and great job everyone at BHB and reptarium. The animals are beautiful and amazing.

  41. Mohd. Moazzam says:

    Ur editing team is awesome.. Give my regards to them..

  42. Ariel Alexis says:

    I love the new era!!! πŸ’•πŸ’•

  43. chelsea derbyshire says:

    how are the two headed turtles ??

  44. Queen Ezkimo says:

    Congrats on 2.2!!!! Also, I really feel like this video targeted my suggestions! I wanted to see more enclosure videos and turtle videos and you delivered!! What a great video.

  45. Taylor Rickard says:

    Did I miss Lori's surprise somewhere?
    I keep checking back to see what it is

  46. Sierra Stray says:

    Hi Brian! I have a video question but what social platform is the best to send videos to you? Thanks for always starting my day AWESOME

  47. Btian Ches says:

    Whats up Brian. It's been a week or so since I've been able to watch. Cheers!!!

  48. Karen Larimore says:

    I like how at 13:04 Eric puts the mouse in the water dish

  49. Kobe Zacek says:

    is this a recycled video?

  50. Kimberly Lynn says:

    Very nice wisdom from Mr Noah on how to deal with the highs and lows 😚 love all of ya XOXOX from IN.USAβ£β˜ΊπŸ€—

  51. Kimberly Lynn says:

    Saloon haha

  52. Unspeakable Fan #1 says:


  53. natalyn the star wars fan says:

    Do you like star wars?

  54. natalyn the star wars fan says:

    Hey my mom going to salt lake city

  55. Hannah Schoening says:

    You should set up a 24 hr live cam of the tortoises or one of the large snakes

  56. AustinFerg says:

    Imma really gonna need to know when Utah is happening, im up in Idaho but SLC is just a few hr drive. And a easy one just for the chances of meeting u. Im not gonna be making it to petfest but this would be the next best thingπŸ˜…πŸ˜

  57. Sour Flower says:

    How high was noah in this πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

  58. Cassie Justesen says:

    Do you have any plans of coming to Oklahoma?

  59. InsaneJuggalo # says:

    I love to watch you everyday. I like learning, I love seeing new breeds. I've learned things I never knew before your vlogs. Brian your awesome🀘idk if you can but it would be nice to see noah give daisy a nice big kiss or Lucy.whichever doesn't scare him to much

  60. Mary Cooper says:


    You are an idiot.
    I am sure that you have good intentions, but please do your freaking research

  61. Lucas Hulleman says:

    So when you come to wisconsin?

  62. Mag Della Rovere says:

    Vanno riinseriti in natura

  63. Chrys Pettit says:

    What happened to Savye the turtle?

  64. amanda sappia says:

    How old is your kid's

  65. Trankiloboi92 says:

    Andrea got a booty lol

  66. Trankiloboi92 says:

    4:07 β€β€πŸ’―πŸ’―πŸ’―πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ˜ shes beautiful

  67. Ronnajah Lewis says:

    The egg is so smallπŸ˜™πŸ˜™πŸ˜™πŸ˜™πŸ˜™

  68. Ronnajah Lewis says:

    I think that snake is bigger than Lucifer

  69. Ronnajah Lewis says:

    Do that won't eatπŸ‡πŸ‡πŸ‡πŸ‡πŸ‡πŸ‡

  70. Hugo Gonzalez-Pola says:

    You should come to Ibiza some time (it’s in SpainπŸ™ƒ)

  71. Michael Brown says:

    Brain!,I would love to have a piebald ball python, my wife is getting used to snakes and I have 2 bloods but I want a ball for her please help me, we don't have allot of money but I would love to adopt one and I'll donate to your cause, please help me out brother

  72. Jess Mora says:

    I live 1hr and 45min from SLC, Ut. And I love taking my kids to Seaquest! What days will you be there? My kids and I love watching you!

  73. Jennifer Widucki says:

    How meny snake do you have

  74. James Thomson says:

    Brian you didn't really get/answer the first question

  75. twblack 999 says:

    Brian I love the vlog but gotta be honest the background music is way to loud still. Sorry just trying be honest. Have a great day

  76. Blaine Doan says:

    Take a shot gun and shoot it

  77. They call me MOM! MOM! MOM! says:

    Love watching the vlogs with my 4yr old daughter! One point of constructive criticism for this video…the background music keeps reminding me of a ringing phone.

  78. Monja Joubert says:

    Hey Brain do you sell your baby snakes because I reley want a ball python baby let me know

  79. Jikook Army says:

    9:45 killed me lmao

  80. joanna heath says:

    If you hit Zions national park I can hit you up with the best places to see! I live only 45 minutes away in a town you'll likely come through. Also, Zions is only about 1 he 45 minutes away from a park called Bryce canyon that you have to see to!

  81. Owen Hastings says:

    Yes, Utah is a beautiful city… haha love the vids

  82. Mat Swan says:

    When we were there I noticed the wrong plaque on the chameleons I told my wife and was meaning to tell u and forgot all about it. Either way I'm glad someone caught it lol amazing chams you guys have there

  83. Sasha Roberts says:

    I love the question answering idea however wish there was a better way to send in a question

  84. leonardo hernandez says:


  85. Makenna Eurbin says:

    How do you know if your sneak has a baby?????

  86. Ashley Willoughby says:

    I hate when they get egg bound but it's so interesting to watch u unbound them

  87. BrittleProductions says:

    I like the idea of a Q&A session occasionally.

  88. Marcie LoMeLi says:

    I recommend Zion! Very BEAUTIFUL!! 😍 who knows we might run into each other.

  89. World of Reptiles and Fish says:

    Top stuff Brian
    That is all!

  90. Brookieee P says:

    7:35 that's a nice audi

  91. snakes_ 4_life says:

    Why dont any of ur big snakes have full sheds like the smaller ones.

  92. Nemesis Gaming says:

    Why are the snakes not more aggressive when you’re taking them off the eggs? Seems like you’d be dealing with a protective mom but you’re not and that just doesn’t make sense to me.

  93. Koda Wolfgang Savage says:

    when you coming to washington? Preferably tacoma!! lol

  94. Cindy Willette says:

    You should have your big snakes on the bottom for easy handling and cleaning

  95. Tyler Jacob Wolfy says:

    will you ever come to arizona?i am your guys big you have any murch that i could buy?

  96. Lps star says:

    I'm going to the BHB reptiles YAYYYY to get a snake

  97. Layton Benzie says:

    I am doing that when I am older

  98. Shlambers Shlander says:

    Roses are red
    Tomatoes are too
    The thumbnail is at 5:52

  99. rosa flores says:

    Brian, One of the ways that I try to cure my depression is to watch videos from you guys and also Emily from Snake Discovery because I so love learning about snakes. One memory I have was of when I was 11 years old in grade school here in California, I went to Marina Vista in Marina and was one of many who was able to get to hold an Albino snake which I think was a boa but not to sure because it was so long ago. I am 43 now so it was basically 32 years ago.

  100. Feelin Awesome says:

    Andrea's booty is amazing in anything she wears.

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