Even more baby corns! and other herps…

September 6, 2009 at 9:08 pm

Nine babies came out of our first clutch, and I haven’t even counted these new babies. :) Check it out! We opened the incubator at just the right time! Some babies were already out, but this egg had just been pipped! Look at the little gooey baby inside. ^_^ Even baby snakes are cute!

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Plus, here’s a couple of cuties. This is a White’s Treefrog, also known as a Dumpy Frog. :) He is kinda dumpy and frumpy, isn’t he?

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And this is a Mountain Horned Lizard! These guys are really cool. They are not terribly tame lizards, but easy to take care of and do not get very large. This guy is funny because he always closes his eyes are looks very relaxed whenever I mist his enclosure. :) I like this little tropical lizard very much.

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