phalanxkitten said: I just wanted to ask.. How did the mouse and the snake thing turn out?

That snake ended up eating during the next feeding & that mouse went on to feed a different baby snake. :)

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Never heard the song before but I love this kids voice!

Babies are hatching!!! The first 2 babies of 2014 are a normal male and a cinnamon girl. Please feel free to find us on Facebook and like our business page. We will be updating with to a of pictures as babies hatch. :)

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Please give our business page over on facebook a quick like. Babies will be hatching very soon and we will be posting pictures and updates there.

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Yellow-bellied Water Snake

Common Name:
Yellow-bellied Water Snake

Scientific Name:
Nerodia erythrogaster

Category:
Water Snakes

Identification:
16-55 inches. Dark gray, gray-green or olive above, yellow below. Young are pale gray, with a pinkish cast on the sides, with large, squared, alternating blotches. The markings of the young begin to disappear during their second year, but may persist in adults from the southwestern part of the State. The keeled scales are in 23-27 rows.

Habits:
The yellow-bellied water snake can be less aquatic than the other water snakes and may be found some distance from water in wooded areas. It occurs in most habitats within Louisiana. They give birth to 14-32 young.

Distribution:
Throughout the state except the salt marshes.

****All pictures in this post taken by Dana McCuller of Eleven-Nineteen Reptiles on April 25, 2014 when I came across a trio of these amazing animals mating. They twisted and braided as they traveled together across my back yard for a couple of hours. Nature is such a phenomenal thing!****

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Attention Reptile Lovers:

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Happy bEaster! Google image search horn shark eggs at your own peril…

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