– But then, this is what I
was really excited about. Guess what I just found guys, I was looking around I saw
a little baby garter snake literally crawling on the floor. We ran out of crickets, yeah,
even we run out of crickets. Our shipment doesn’t come till tomorrow. These little babies are pretty
fragile in the sense that they probably can’t wait a day or two, they need to get fed to three times a day. Do you know why we have
a Reptarium balloon? This ones about to get loose over here. Here we go, I’m gonna set this down. Ooh this is a really, oh my god that is, You gotta be kidding me. We literally hit the all
gene animal in the first egg. Hey good morning, everybody,
and welcome to the vlog, We’re gonna have a busy day today. We got some egg cutting going on, We got some baby snakes,
we’ve got some baby snakes right in front of me. And I’m going to jump into it right now because I’m super excited on this clutch. – I’m very excited. – But this was actually a pastel crystal to a pastel crystal ball python. And This is actually a little
crystal ball python here. Absolutely adorable, now
the crystal ball pythons are what they call allelic, which means that when you
breed a special Ball Python to a mojave ball python,
one and four, on average, are going to be crystal ball pythons. And we ended up with a couple of little crystal ball pythons in this clutch. And actually when you
breed pastel the crystal to pastel crystal, you
can actually get some blue eyed leucistic weirdly enough, in this cluthc, we did not do that. And then this looks like it’s
a little pastel crystal here, you can see that this animal
is obviously much lighter than this animal, because
this is the normal crystal and this is the pastel crystal. But because it was a pastel
crystal to pastel crystal, this is the super pastel crystal. So it’s even lighter than the last one, which is pretty cool,
it’s absolutely gorgeous. And this is the first pastel
crystal I’ve ever produced. But then, this is what I
was really excited about. Is because again, these
are allelic animals, you can actually get a
super version of either, the blue eyed leucistic
would be the super version of the Mojave or, you can
get these monkeys right here. These are actually super
special Ball Pythons, which I absolutely love. I mean, these ones are rippers,
I mean, I tell you what, these are some of the
prettiest ones I’ve ever seen. And oh, I’ve got snakes escaping
all over the place here. Come on little monkeys
stay in the cage there. So this is cool, because now
I can take this super special and breed it to a mojave,
and everything is going to be either crystal or
special, or I can breed it to a super mojave, which oh my god, snakes are getting out all
over the place here guys. I can breed it to a super mojave, which are blue eye leucistic, and everything will come out crystal, so no more guessing, no more
odds all that type of stuff. Not to mention, these things
are absolutely gorgeous. And I just thought it was
an absolutely great way to start the day, sharing
these guys with you. I hope that we’ll have
a great day together. A few days ago, we cut that enchi to banana enchi pin clutch. And guess what, they are
out, and there is some amazing results here for sure. I mean just a normal banana
enchi here is ridiculous, right? I mean, this is just a double
gene animal, both co dominant, pretty easy to produce,
but absolutely stunning. We’ve got a few just kind
of more normal things, like some normal pinstripes here. This is actually the
enchie gene right here without anything else, you
can see it just kind of clean things up, reduces
pattern a little bit, and just is a little bit
brighter than the normal, nothing too crazy, but
still really beautiful. And then of course, this is an
enchie pinstripe right here. So this is the enchi and the
pinstripe mixed together. Again, really beautiful animal. So essentially, you have
these two snakes right here, combined together, and
then ultimately produces this beautiful snake right here. So that’s pretty cool. Now we have a couple really
beautiful animals here. These are actually super
enchie bananas right here. So really great animals. And again, because of super
enchie is the super version, Everything we breed
these two will be enchie. Which is just an absolutely great thing. Then finally we have
another super enchie banana, but this one is bonkers. I mean, this is ridiculous. And again, there’s
polymorphism with everything, I’ve talked about it before. You can have a bunch of
animals of the same genetics and look completely different. This is one of the nicest
super enchie bananas that I have ever seen. That thing is a ripper for sure. And I’m going to go ahead and
check what it is right now. It should be a male because of
the sex length of the banana. And sure enough it’s a male. So we’re definitely going to
hang on to this little bugger, because the thing is ridiculous. Genetically it’s amazing and it’s just a gorgeous, gorgeous snake. Can’t wait til’ this
gets a little bit size and we put this into some
other animal, woo doggy! That’s going to be absolutely amazing. This clutch was beautiful. Guess what I just found guys, I was looking around I saw
a little baby garter snake literally crawling on the floor. We have a couple females
that are due to have babies but obviously we didn’t
realize this one gravid. She has a bunch of babies, hoo doggy! So we have a little albino here, and then we have a little normal, Of course this was a het granite
bread to an albino granite so we could have a bunch
of different things. Let me go ahead get, mama
you’re okay sweetheart. Look at we have a couple
of granites in there. We have some little albinos, here’s another little albino here. And I’m just puting them
in this bucket right now. This is a little albino granite, look at how absolutely
gorgeous that thing is. Course we have another
little albino granite here. Oh my god, I love when you
find surprise litters of snakes that you didn’t even know. We have two little baby checker garters that are double het for albino granite. Another one right here, we’ve
got let’s see one, ooh Mama. Ooh, is she trying to bite me? She’s trying to protect her babies, now it’s pretty rare for garter snakes to be totally honest with you. And then of course we have
a couple albinos back here. One right there. Another little normal, that’s
het for albino granite, another little albino right here. Oh my god, this is so awesome. And then we got two little granites, I love granites, they’re
probably my favorite of the checkered garter
snakes more to be honest, and this is actually granites
that are het for albino. Woo! I tell you what, that was so awesome to literally find a litter of babies that I didn’t even know was coming. Good job mom, you did so good. We’ll go ahead get her cleaned
up, get these babies setup. I tell you what, that is awesome. And the total here was
five normals that are double het albino granite. We have one two three four
albinos that are het for granite. Two granites that are het for albinos, so, not bad for a litter of snakes we didn’t even know she was gravid. Againg we have a couple other albinos that are het for granite,
bread to albino granite that are due to pop at anytime. But we didn’t think this
girl was going to go, and again with garter snakes, just like the other
colubers that lay eggs, they can have two litters per year. So this is this girls
second litter, oh my god, I love it. The baby frillies are so absolutely cute, and they need to eat like
two or three times a day. And we ran out of crickets. Yeah, even we run out of crickets, our shipment doesn’t come till tomorrow. But hey, my animals gotta feed. So I’m going to go ahead
run down the street to this bug company that
delivers our crickets, and just go pick up some
crickets for the frillies. So again, you gotta do what you gotta do to make sure the animals
are happy and healthy. (hip hop music) Again, you gotta do
whatever you gotta do it, if it means I have to drive 30 miles to go get some crickets. These little babies are pretty
fragile in the sense that, they probably can’t wait a day or two, they need to get fed
two, three times a day to really keep them healthy. So hey, an hour long round
trip, to get crickets to keep my lizards happy,
it’s all worth it to me. Hey guys. – What’s up? – Look at the new balloons! – Oh my god! – And do you know why we
have Reptarium ballons? – Because the movie “It” came out? – Because there’s parties
and parties there’s balloons. – That’s right, we have our
anniversary party the 22nd Sunday from noon till eight o’clock. And the thing that’s cool, it’s not only gonna be
hanging out with the animals and all the other stuff,
but it’s also going to be like a meetup really,
Eric’s gonna be here, Mary’s gonna be here,
Noah’s going to be here, Laura is going to be here. Everyone in the crew. So if you guys want to come on the 22nd, for our annual party for the celebration of our year anniversary. Again, 12 to eight eastern standard time, here at the Reptarium,
link in the description. Come party with us, everyone will be here. Since we’ve been looking at
a lot of baby snakes today, let’s just jump into some colubers too. We have a beautiful clutch of albino Nelson’s milksnakes here. Look at how gorgeous these ones are. And surprisingly, they’re not biting me, which is pretty unusual. So that’s a pretty good sign. They’re absolutely incredible, and I’ll give you a real
quick history lesson. A guy named Doug Moody
spontaneously produced the first albino Nelson’s milksnake out of two normal milksnake breeding, and then ultimately, when they
were first being reproduced, they were sold for $2,000 apiece. That’s right $2,000 for this little worm. Now they’re like 100 bucks and they’re absolutely incredible. So if you want a really
beautiful colorful snake, That’s an absolutely great thing, they do really well. Speaking of another milk
snake that is really cool. Of course we’ve got pueblen milk snakes, and again, I’m just going to keep going with the little history lesson here. Believe it or not, only
13 founder stock animals were ever brought into
the country legally, of pueblo milk snakes, so
all the pueblo milk snakes legally in the country come
from 13 original animals collected way back I
believe it was in the 70s, so there you guys go, you
guys are getting smarter by the minute, aren’t you? Let’s see what we have here. It’s actually just a bunch
of normal corn snakes here, just really beautiful normal corn snakes. Of course this is just a Florida verson of a corn snake, and it’s
actually het for for scales. Absolutely love them. And of course a baby just like this was the very first snake
that I ever produced. That’s right, a little corn
snake was the very first snake that I actually bred
when I was just a kid so, I still love hatching these guys, and uh, there’s your history lesson,
and snakes for the day, and this ones about to
get loose over here. Here we go, I’m gonna set this down, get these snakes back in here. And that’s a wrap. Not a whole lot of egg
cutting left for this season so let’s just jump into
another beautiful clutch here. This is actually a, bleh, bleh, bleh. This is actually a fire ball
python bred to a pewter lesser. The pewter lesser, of course,
is pastel, it’s cinnamon, and it’s lesser, so we should get some pretty cool combinations in here. Let’s go ahead and jump
into egg number one and see what we have. All right, what do we got going on here, right off the rip, ooh this is a really, Oh my god that is, you
gotta be kidding me. We literally hit the all
gene animal in the first egg. This is a pewter lesser fire ball python. And it is gorgeous. I’m not really sure that
I’ve ever seen one before. That’s not to say someone
hasn’t produced them, I just personally haven’t seen it. So to me this is the first
time I’ve ever seen one, and whoo hoo doggy! That thing is gorgeous. And that darn owl popped
up again, didn’t it? Let’s go ahead and jump
into egg number two. What do we have here? Okay. Hmm, interesting, I
think this one is actually a lesser fire ball Python. So I gotta go back to that
first egg for a second. That thing is gorgeous. I cannot wait to that
hatches out, oh my gosh, that thing was cool. So again, second egg looks
like just a fire lesser Ball Python, which is cool, that fire gene just really lighten things up
to make them really beautiful. What we have here, looks like we just have a really interesting fire ball python. Got a cool dorsal stripe to it, but I don’t think there’s
anything else other than that, but just a fire. Egg number four, what do
we have? What do we have? What do you have, let’s see
what we’ve got going on here? Come on little monkey. Okay, looks like this one
is actually a pastel lesser fire ball python. So This is everything except
for the cinnamon gene in it, and that one looks really awesome too. Again that fire and the
pastel mixed together, unbelievable a fireflys, and
of course the lesser stuff is gonna be amazing too. All right, we’ve got a few
more eggs left in this clutch. What do you have here. Nope, looks like this is actually a pewter fire ball python, so
we’re getting a lot of fire ball pythons right now,
but we missed the lesser on this one, so, everything
but the lesser so, so far, the odds have been
really good in this clutch so, I couldn’t be more excited about that. What do we have here? Ooh, wait a second here, that’s crazy. So okay, so this is also a pewter lesser fire, but it looks nothing like the other one. Which is interesting, the other
one has tons of busy pattern this is much more of what
they would call a lithium, which is a cinnamon and a lesser. But this is definitely a
pastel and a fire too so, wow, that thing is awesome. So we got two all gene animals that look completely different. Can’t wait till they hatch out. Oh my gosh, what the heck is that? That is, what? Man, this one is a wild one. Wow, this is another pewter lesser fire. But this one looks different too, so we’ve hit three, and all
three look kind of different. Which is not something
that I would’ve expected. Wow, these look great,
they’re real purple-ly looking and really amazing so,
that’s pretty awesome. Last egg, but I tell you what, this clutch has been a ripper for sure. Unbelievable, let’s see what
we’ve got here in our last egg. That last egg is literally
just a cinnamon ball python, just a normal cinnamon ball python. So, wow, that was pretty
crazy. I mean, I tell you what, some pretty awesome odds in that clutch. (hip hop music) Well that was a little anticlimactic. I had this vision in my head that I would throw these crickets in, and that they’d all go just ballistic, running around grabbing crickets. A couple of them ate a couple of crickets, but i’ll be honest with you,
if the crickets didn’t run right in front of their face,
they would just look at them. – Look at this, look at that. – So maybe with some age, they’ll get a little bit more excited. But nevertheless, if they eat later, I guess it was all worth it. It is always so awesome
to get live babies, garter snakes, rainbow boas,
whatever the case may be. Here’s another video of
some live babies that have, and an entire playlist
of some babies hatching. Over here you can subscribe, and please turn those post notifications on. Remember to be kind to someone today, and I promise I will
see you guys tomorrow. (hip hop music)

Randy Schultz

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  1. Fernando Mendoza says:

    I love your vlog but the intro was to long for how short the video is.

  2. Sheyenne Peterson says:

    OMG Baby Garter Snakes are my Favorite type of Reptiles they're really Amazing Animals !!! ??

  3. L C says:

    What happened to Lucy did she die ??

  4. Jody Boatright says:

    Good Morning ?

  5. Yvette Burnell says:

    Hay brian have you seen a blue gardener snake

  6. Darrian Duncan says:

    How many different breeds of snakes are there

  7. Shannon Blackwood says:

    Hahaha! At around 9:27 when you say "blah blah blah" ? that was so funny! I dk why i got such a kick out of that! You always make my day Brian! I love starting every day watching the vlog! ??????

  8. Darrian Duncan says:

    Brian pimping out Noah and Eric so girls will come ?????

  9. Amber Jones says:

    Great vlog Brian! Thank you

  10. Robert Moore says:

    Do you have all the morphs ? It really seems like it . Which is Kool .great videos

  11. Michael Ross says:

    Brian when you start pairing up ball pythons are the females off food? Or still eating

  12. John Phillips says:

    Awesome vlog it’s nice to see the area you live in everything looks so big compared to west wales ??????? have a great day Brian Lori & Noah ??

  13. DKWorldCom says:

    I love the trolling owl. Keep up the great work, all of you.

  14. Ashley Dawdy says:

    My bf and I have our 17year anniversary on Sep 22nd too lol

  15. Laura Keeney says:

    I wish I could make it to your anniversary party. I live in Salem Oregon so it's a little far for me to come. Someday I will make it out there and meet you and the crew. You all are helping me come through a major depression, thank you all for that.

  16. Acekillers 387 says:

    Did Lucy make a clutch of eggs? Are her babies usually bigger than any others do to her size?

  17. WARDOSS TO says:

    Do you wonna give us a update of the super lori

  18. Logan Oleary says:

    I know this is different but I need help my cat morty got an infection and he had to get surgery and it cost me 500$ and now I have to take him in every day for the next week to get sedated and re bandaged today’s bill was 300$ and I have to do the same thing for the next week please please share my go fund me so I can reach more people I’ve shared it on all my social media but I only have family/ friends no following. I’m 18 on my own coming from and low income house hold I have nobody to help me and if my cat morty doesn’t get treatment he will pass please please share my go fund me

  19. No Added Sugar says:

    brian, can we get a vlog for an update for your black and albino alligator? couldnt find the latest update for the gator. can you name it at the title. pleaseee

  20. Santiago Carbonell says:

    If you put to many crickets sometimes they get over stimulated and don’t know which to it, so they just sit there.

  21. Jeff Mueller says:

    Am I colored blind or does nothing ever really look purple

  22. WHAT RU4REALKID says:

    That damn owl popped up didnt it ?

  23. Vicki Jampetro says:

    wish i could come on the 22 ??? happy wednesday

  24. YouTube YouTube says:

    Wow ??????????????????????????????????????????????

  25. Jenn Agee says:

    Can wait till the 22nd just booked our hotel room, my daughter and I watch your vlog everyday, we can’t wait to meet the crew and Reptiles!

  26. Crystal Smith-Johnson says:

    Is the reptarium wheelchair accessible? I want to bring my daughter to the anniversary party but unfortunately I’m paralyzed and in a wheelchair. Please let me know!

  27. Brian Barczyk says:

    Thank you everyone for watching make sure to check out this awesome playlist with more snakes that give birth to live babies like garter snakes, rainbow boas and more:

  28. Crystal Smith-Johnson says:

    That damn owl still gets me every time ??

  29. Neecoalea says:

    Just a cool idea for you Brian, you should hang a map somewhere and when people come in they can mark where they’re from. I just noticed that you always ask where everyone is from and it would be cool to see where people come from to see you!

  30. Brandon Guin says:

    Have you ever owned or produced a Chimera ball python

  31. Nathan T says:

    Slow the fuck down holy shit

  32. Michelle Morningstar says:

    Hello Brian Another Amazing Video Thanks so much …

  33. Emily E. Bean says:

    Awe amazing love your vlogs so much

  34. Amber Leconte says:

    Can I just say u make me happy!! I love watching your videos daily it gives me something to look forward to know matter what’s going on in my life!! Thanks for always being as positive as u can be and so much fun! U rock ?

  35. MegganAngela says:

    Had a really angry tiny noodle (Garter snake) in my yard last year. Scary lol

  36. Ethan Tilley says:

    This egg cutting year was awesome

  37. Justin Mcmillan says:

    Love how much you care for your baby Frilles ❤️✊… Wouldve died laughing to see Eric go outside and pretend to be picking up crickets, cause y'all ran out ???

  38. XtraBoring Habits says:

    You should edit some after shots of the snakes in the sun! The color will pop! I’m assuming ?❤️

  39. Mike Brown says:

    When is your phone game gonna drop I've been waiting a year now

  40. Raquel Macedo says:

    Awesome video as always ? I wish I was in the reptile zoo

  41. Raquel Macedo says:

    Also do you make videos every day?

  42. derby 917 says:

    Lol I love the owl

  43. Robert Caballero says:

    Makes me mad there was some little kid that has a reptile channel and he was talking so negative about you you been in this career 3 times his life span and he has the nerve to talk down on you makes me mad. Also funny how people still worry about others and to make a video about it. I will always stay a Brian fan and nobody else! ???

  44. thecodewire1 .0 says:


  45. Vita Kikija says:

    I would be sooo happy to be there for the year anniversary.. but it's just too Far and expensive… I'm from Latvia.. I'm looking forward to seeing the anniversary video.. so excited.. so happy for You and the crew for achieving this phenomenal milestone… Wish you ALL have amazing celebration and countless years to come… yours sincerely Vita!!

  46. wolfpaws22 says:

    The owl, legit, is my favourite part of the vlog!

  47. MARCY TAYLOR says:

    You must show us these once they hatch out!!!!, whoa ahhhmazing

  48. Zara N Emily Sparkles says:

    Will you be doing a live during the 1st birthday celebrations?

  49. Mark Alderson says:

    Hi Brian, just wondered if there was any update on your reptile keeper app/game? Really looking forward to downloading it ??

  50. Jessica La Gala says:

    aaah i'm so happy you finally have garters for this year. ; A ;

  51. Logan Miller says:

    Thanks Brian for the great vlogs everyday

  52. crystal raffone says:

    I just love ? your videos!

  53. chelsea herring says:

    Take the big snakes out of that damn enclosure.

  54. Leonardo Martinez says:

    Man I wish I could have a ?

  55. drizzy2005 gaming says:

    If you like this brian.. you are best broham

  56. Syd San99 says:

    I love your videos but I'm honestly getting a little sick of all the egg cutting

  57. Derek Davis says:

    Woooooo doogie its been a year already…wow time flys…I remembers putting the reptarian together…lol

  58. Ben Werner says:

    The reptarrium birthday partie is on my birthday

  59. Rukkus Gaming says:

    We LOVE the Owl lmao!

  60. Ryan Grant says:

    333rd comment good video

  61. KB Reptiles says:

    Gotta love surprise babies lol. Oh and love the 4 gene babies you hit today too. Can't wait to see them out of the egg ??

  62. rachel rogers says:

    Hi Brian, I'm not sure if you'll see this amongst the rest of the comments but, I am considering getting a snake. I've heard milksnakes are popular amongst beginners but they are escape artists. I was wondering if you had any tips to keep them contained?

  63. Christina Kinch says:

    Love from Barbados ??❤

  64. Armando Ponce says:

    Haha that borat skit had my as dying your the man, your energy and vibes or beyond I wish I could be as happy as your are have a bless day !

  65. Sarah Spillman says:

    The frillies are so dang cute ???

  66. Klappz says:

    Im getting a corn snake for my birthday do the bites hurt i dont care if i get bit but i dont want it to hurt way to bad.

  67. Jrskeetpro says:

    Til: it’s garter snake, not gardener snake. 26 years later ?

  68. Napkins4Life says:

    The owl thing was a lot funnier before you started acknowledging it 😛

  69. Insane for Aldc says:


  70. Slayerplays 456 says:

    Nice vid

  71. shevleen mala says:

    Hi Brian
    Love your collection ??

  72. Wolf Moon says:

    Can you do a vidoe with egg eatting snakes

  73. James Harris says:

    Hey Brian, any new retic breeding coming, or at least any new baby retic videos. Thanks. Hope you have a good day

  74. Shawn F says:

    I love the little side hand owl comedy and obviously love your vlogs the beautiful animals you produce and the positive vibe you give out keep up the good work Brian and everybody at the reptarium and BHB hoping to visit you for your one year anniversary ?

  75. OG 1KiNoBeE says:

    Would ya look at that! Look at it! Just look at it! Hoohoo

  76. RRR Reptile Ray Raz says:

    Awesome Video , great clutch

  77. peanderson92 says:

    I love the barn owl pop up!!!!

  78. Cassie Arestad says:

    Please don't use latex balloons. That stops those of us (including me) from ever being able to visit that are allergic to them.

  79. mcleod family says:

    Love your videos!

  80. Bruce Wayne says:

    What size tubs do you keep your adult rainbow boas in

  81. Vanessa Vieux says:


  82. Wild Boy says:

    What morphs could u get from breeding a super pastel ball python to a banana pinstripe ball python?

  83. onlyjuan100 says:

    I love the way you cut the eggs no yolk escapes so the babies can absorb all of it, I watch other channels that cut the eggs yolk goes everywhere and sometimes even play around with the snake when maybe they are not ready to be yanked out.

  84. Parker XD says:

    Brian is the best YouTuber ever I love how you tell about snakes and it helped me get over the fear and now I own a snake we need more people like you in this earth. Thank you so much ❤

  85. Noah Gnacinski says:

    When will the app be ready to play

  86. Wei Toh says:

    Everday snake boring,i want see lizard.

  87. Patrick Gabriel says:

    Get chewy there

  88. LOG VLOGS says:

    Hey, this is urgent and idk what to do but my Pacific green leopard gecko is sick and I think it is stick tail or mdb. I'm so worried and I really need help

  89. david brown says:

    Gets confusing when you breed snakes and get many morphs.

  90. Jeremy Lowery says:

    Im been watching for couple years now love every video your taught

  91. Danyelle says:

    Brian, why do you cut the eggs before the clutch starts to pip?

  92. Raini Stokesberry says:

    Hey Brian,
    I know you're more about snakes and geckos, but I have a dele a maybe you could help with. We are getting a baby bearded dragon in a month and we have been researching the best care and habit for him. But there are a lot of contradicting views out there. Put water in the tank or don't. Sand or bark or nothing. Nobody can agree. So I was wondering if you had some tips for a first time lizard owner. Hope you're well! Much love❤️

  93. Kyuyu says:

    This guy is awesome but DUDE, someone needs to switch his coffee to DECAF :p

  94. Bianka Saunders says:

    Loving The close-up camera work. The colours are really popping when you explain the genes.

  95. Angie Felty says:

    How do I buy one of your garters? Everytime I look there's none so I'm super excited about this clutch

  96. Amy Rock says:

    Your so awesome Brian keep up the good work. Today is my dad's birthday.

  97. KnittingByAngela The Etsy shop says:

    Wow that coloration of the super enchi banana 13:48!!

  98. Michael Conklin says:

    Man I love seeing those banana enchi. I want to get a banana cinnamon enchi, the orange hues are gorgeous.

  99. Echo The Gecko says:

    Hey Brian, I might be getting a rosy boa, is that a perfect beginning snake? If not tell me the one I should get.

  100. Kefla says:

    Super Version? So, I get a shiny?

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