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– I’ve got, whoa, oh my God
you’ve gotta be kidding me. What in the world? We hit two! Hey good morning everybody
and welcome to the vlog. Lets go ahead and jump
into an egg gctting thing right off of the rip, it’s
actually a yellow belly female, which is of course a co-dominant mutation, bred to a dragonfly male, which is a pastel, a
fire, and a pinstripe. And could get some really cool stuff. That combination usually yields some really beautiful babies. So we’re gonna go ahead
and cut this first egg and get this unveiling started. Okay, right off the rip
we’ve got a yellow belly, just a single gene yellow belly, which is fine, this is just like the female
that produced this clutch. So not anything too spectacular, but still hey, listen, any
baby is amazing, right? Oop! Well what do we got here people? That’s right, we smashed
it on the second egg! This is the all gene am right here, this is a firefly yellow belly, which is a pastel, it’s a fire, it’s a pinstripe, and it’s a yellow belly, and oh man is that thing beautiful. That thing is gorgeous! I remember producing I think
what was the first one ever, gosh it was maybe like, 9 or 10 years ago, and I was blown away by it back then, and I’m still blown away now. So let’s just keep going, and let’s see what other combinations we might get from this clutch. I always love it when
you hit that combination right off the rip because then you know, it’s gonna be a great clutch. All right this is pretty cool, this is actually a firefly, looks like it’s a yellow belly too. The firefly yellow belly is just a pastel, it’s a fire and it’s a yellow belly. Really beautiful animals, again, pastel yellow
belly goes great together, fire yellow belly goes great together. I mean they all just go amazing together, so I’m super excited to see
what else we’re gonna produce. Looks like a fire, pinstripe,
possible yellow belly, it’s hard to say right now. Could even be possibly
pastel to be honest with you. So we’ll wait and see when
that one climbs out of the egg. Next up we have, we’re getting a lot of kind
of normally looking animals, this is really bizarre. This is legitimately a normal ball python, so no genes whatsoever, and I gotta tell you, that
hitting a no gene animal from this combination is probably like, a 1 in 100 chance, I’m
not even kidding you. I don’t know the exact odds
so that might be off but, my point is it’s definitely very rare. So, in a way we hit a
really amazing animal, it just happened to be a normal. And ooh, oh my God you
gotta be kidding me. What in the world? We hit two normals! Two normal ball pythons! I am telling you guys, I
should do the calculations, I seriously think it’s either a 1 in 64, or a 1 in 128 odds that we
hit a normal ball python, and we smashed it twice in this clutch. Which is really bizarre
because we could hit, you know, crazy gene animals the same way. Okay, this is really, I just love this combination, this is definitely just
a fire yellow belly. The blushing in that, look
just unbelievably gorgeous. I love that animal so much. Just a two gene animal,
but the right two genes can really be something else. We’ve definitely been missing on all like, the lemon blast stuff, and
lemon blast yellow bellies, this happens to be a
firefly yellow belly again, pastel, fire, yellow belly,
nothing too crazy there. All right we’re moving on,
we’ve got three eggs left, guys. You aren’t even gonna believe this. This is the third normal
ball python from this clutch. Three! Again, I’m not like bummed, I don’t get bummed out about this stuff, I just love hatching snakes, but it’s crazy to hit three of these. It would have probably be even easier to hit three of the all gene animals. So okay let’s keep going. What in the world, what if the last two were normals too? Okay, so this, oh this is
really another pretty animal. This is a fire, pinstripe, yellow belly. So this is everything minus the pastel. Really cool, I’m glad
that we hit one of these, because when this hatches
out and I show you guys, I think you’re gonna
really like that animal. Last egg, let’s end this
clutch on a good note. Oh man, what a crazy, crazy, crazy clutch. All right, it looks like
we just have another fire yellow belly here. So, we did hit the all gene
animal on the second egg, and then the rest of the clutch was a little bit kinda not great, but nevertheless, a bunch of beautiful baby ball pythons. Spending some time over
here at The Reptarium, doing my daily enrichment and kind of behavioral training
with a bunch of the animals. Right now of course I’m just messing with my boy Toothless here,
which is absolutely, just an insanely cool animal, and I’ve been working so hard on him with all kinds of different things, from ball training with the target, down to running around, to coming in the cage
when I open the cage. All kinds of stuff, and
he’s doing really well. And you might remember the other day I told you that my other
Asian water monitor, Elvis, who is absolutely my baby, had some issues with his back leg. I also updated to tell you
that a couple days later, after we let him swim around, it seemed like he was
using that leg again. I’ve given him the last
couple of days off, cause I didn’t want to mess with him. Today is the first day I’m gonna actually have him out of the cage and
see how that leg is working. So, I’m gonna go ahead
and put Toothless back up, and then lets go check on Elvis. (bluesy music) Elvis come on out bud,
come on out, come see me. I wanna see how you’re doing. Come on, come out for me, come on, come on baby. And again, I’ve been kinda
just observing him in his cage. A couple of days ago he
started using that leg a little bit more, a little bit more, and then yesterday and today I’ve been seeing him climbing, putting
all the weight back on it, so I really do think there’s a good chance that maybe he was impacted, and that maybe it was
like a pinched nerve, and that was causing his
leg to kinda have paralysis. But I haven’t had him out of his cage yet, so this is the very first
time that he’s coming out, so I can really see how he’s moving, not only when he’s climbing out, but also when he’s on the ground. Is he gonna put all the weight
on it and stuff like that. I’m telling you what
guys, I have had a lot of kinda stressful times when
it comes to keeping animals, over all the years I’ve been doing this, but this thing with Elvis was literally one of the most difficult
things I’ve went through. I mean, emotionally I was destroyed. I wanted to cry for like,
three days straight, because, I mean this is my pet dinosaur. Hey Elvis, hey buddy, how are you? I’m so glad that you’re
coming back out again. You okay baby? Are you feeling better today, honey? Aw, come on out and see me, okay? Come on, let’s come out. Let’s go, you can go walk around a little bit today for the first time. And he’s so used to
being out of his habitat, you know, walking around, I’m sure the last few days of
him being kinda in his cage, he’s probably like “What’s going on?”, so he’s finally coming out and again, you can see he’s using that leg, he’s climbing on the cage with that leg. It seems to be completely fine, I’m just gonna let him come down. Come on buddy! Come on baby, look at him, see that? Come on baby. Come on, come on down with me. See, he’s moving his leg
100 percent right now, he’s back to the Elvis, some
of you guys may not know this, but one of the reasons
we called him Elvis, is because of that hip swing. Because when he walks he kinda swings his hips back and forth. So, to be able to see that again after seeing him drag that leg, it was really difficult. Come on, what are you gonna do, buddy? What are you gonna do? He’s gonna plant the leg here, yup, look at that, like a normal walking. Hey bud, what are you doing? Hi sweetheart. Oh I’m so happy that Elvis looks like he’s almost 100 percent. Again I’m just gonna leave him out, just for a few minutes today, because I don’t want whatever what causing that leg to have an issue, for him to overwork it. But I wanted him to come out, just kinda see what was going on, and he’s so curious, I mean look at him. It’s crazy! I tell you what guys, I’m so happy right now,
I’m not even kidding. What are you doing Elvis? What are you doing silly? I am so happy right now, I tell you, I really thought there was
gonna be a major issue, wow. It’s like I almost wanna
cry ’cause I’m so happy. Look at him move! It’s completely normal. Oh my God you guys, so I
know that some of you guys were worried as well, so, great news, Elvis is on the mend, he’s back to go, we’ll just
slowly get him back to normal, within a few days we’ll let
him crawl around like normal, so, there you go guys, I’m sure you guys are as happy as I am. (deep bass music) And there goes Lorie again, spoiling the tortoises
with some strawberry, and it looks like Matilda
might have got some corn, because poor Steve is covered
in corn shrapnel over there, from Matilda, oh my God. I tell you what, the thing about Lorie, she loves coffee, her dogs,
the tortoises, and wine. I was really excited when
this clutch was actually laid, and now they’re hatching! Look at these things! Course these are tangerine
albino Honduran milk snakes. I mean these things
literally are like, glowing. I mean, these guys definitely
belong at a rave somewhere, I mean, look at that snake right there. And of course the albino Hondurans have kind of a special spot in my heart, because we actually had the first ones that came into the country, and produced them here, so, they really have been, just, kind of that major thing
I’ve mentioned before, this was my big break
when it came to reptiles, way back almost 30 years ago. And to still be producing them, oh my gosh, and look at, this one has the kinda orange bands, and then this is almost just bicolor. So the orange middle bands on this one actually turn into red bands on this one, absolutely incredible, and I think we have a few more
babies over here, and ooh, they’re fast little monkeys too. Let’s see what we’ve got. Oh, another little guy right there, another little guy right there, oh this one looks beautiful, take a look at the pattern on that one. I tell you what, that thing is crazy cool, look at this thing, wow, it’s got like, little circles on it and stuff like that. Absolutely adorable. Tell you what, these things are, oh, what’s the matter little monkey? That’s okay, oh my gosh, absolutely gorgeous little snakes. All right guys, whoa,
whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. Look at that, wow! Okay, oh oh we’re in trouble. We’re in trouble now. Come on little guys, oh! It’s good, those are
absolutely little pistols but unbelievably gorgeous. After what seems like
months of preparation, tonight is the night! Snake yoga. – Yes. – [Brian] You excited about it? – Yeah, I’m pretty excited, we sold out, so all the spots are filled, and I know, Taylor, the yoga
instructor’s super excited, and I think it’s gonna be a lot of fun. – Okay so I guess I’m gonna be there, I’m not doing yoga tonight, but I’m gonna definitely
be there helping out, tormenting people, or something like that. We’ll let you guys see
that later in the vlog, how that turns out. But I don’t know, it ended up turning out to be a success so far. Hopefully tonight people
will be super happy, we’ll see how it goes. The one thing I know, being
up here from the North is that hey, we’re getting
towards the end of August now, and fall is coming on, so we’ve got these hoodies available, of course the merch shop
is going on right now, only a few days left, and I’m not gonna lie to you guys, it is about 90 degrees with humidity, so I don’t need a hoodie, but eventually, here
in another month or so, this hoodie’s gonna come in really handy. Go ahead,,
link in the description, gets yours before they’re done. You guys ready for a little
learning lesson here? The truth is, I just wanted
to tell you something. Have you ever wondered why a blue tongue skink has a blue tongue? Well nature is absolutely amazing, and of course this is an adaptation to kind of ward off potential predators. That’s right, the blue tongue isn’t really for much else than that. What happens, they use it as a defense, when something comes up that
might wanna actually eat it, it’ll stick that big blue tongue out, and of course often times in nature, blues and reds and yellows, and bright colors mean poisonous. So maybe that predator looks and goes, “Oh my gosh, that blue
tongue, that means that thing “is poisonous, so I better not eat it”, and now you know why blue
tongue skinks have blue tongues. Definitely a banger night
here at The Reptarium, you can see all the
yoga mats are coming in, yoga participants are coming. – Fantastic. (laughs) – So we’re just about fifteen minutes away from getting the first yoga night here at The Reptarium started, Lorie is excited. It’s gonna be a fun night,
let’s hope this works out. I’m not gonna lie, we’ve
done some crazy things, in my life as a vlogger, this one, this one’s, this
one’s just insane, I love it. Lorie, what have you got us into? – Me? – It’s gonna be awesome, people are just setting up
mats all over the place, and I guess snake yoga is about to happen. (bluesy music) Hey, look who is in
the house for the yoga, KB Reptiles, you guys, did you have fun? – It was so awesome. – [Brian] Was it good,
Lorie, did it go well? – I think it went good. – All right cool, well these guys are gonna be in town tomorrow, so we’re gonna have some fun with them, I’ll put a link in the
description to their stuff, go show them some love,
and tell them I sent you, yoga was a success. Always one of the most popular things we do on this vlog is cutting eggs, so if you enjoyed today’s
cutting egg video, here’s another, really cool,
where I hatch some twins. Or an entire playlist of cutting eggs. While you’re at it, can you go over here and smash that subscribe
button right over there, turn those post notifications on, be kind to someone, and I
promise I’ll see you tomorrow.


  • Alexandra S Post author

    I love your egg cutting! Greetings from Germany

  • Erika Strandlund Post author

    Merch idea: "HOO doggy" owl and dog combo 🀣

  • robin hansler Post author

    Happy to see elvis is ok

  • Gaia Tordrup Post author

    Omg yes i love that yoga!!

  • Sherry Brzeczka Post author

    Elvis is in the building! So glad he's feeling better!

  • Christina Dvoracek Post author

    How is Lucy's babies doing.

  • mory torres Post author

    Hey Brian, i have a severe phobia with reptiles. But I love watching your daily vlog. I have been intrigued with your knowledge of your reptiles. The most exciting thing I like watching in your vlogs is egg cutting and how you explain the snakes. I actually fell in love with the yellow belly snakes they are gorgeous but deep inside i am still very afraid of them. Thank you for always sharing your knowledge. And keep that little owl is super funny lol woohoo. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

  • Julius Cortez Post author

    Hey Brian I love watching your shows however I do have epilepsy can you watch out for those type of lights when you put it on your show other than that your shows are awesome

  • Rich Corbett Post author

    I’m glade Elvis feeling better

  • amber thompson Post author

    Yay Elvis looks great I just love him keep up the good work!!

  • lord6 Post author

    That joga was to erotic for my taste

  • Deb ishere Post author

    Whoop whoop Elvis is back in the building !! So glad Elvis is feeling way better πŸ’—πŸ’—

  • Bobby Glover Post author

    So glad to see Elvis doing better

  • Mark Mcguinness Post author

    im glad elvis is back to normal

  • Kamilla Bauter Post author

    By the way every body that thinks he cut the baby snake those are just veins under the EGG SHELL

  • cyber power Post author

    Why do u cut the eggs Im just curious?????

  • Russell Reddy Post author

    Elvis is gorgeous so happy he’s doing better I was worried too soooo happy he’s ok β€οΈβ€οΈβ€οΈπŸ˜‚

  • Russell Reddy Post author

    Those tangerine milk snakes are BEAUTIFUL!!!

  • Sissy Martinez Post author

    You make your sizes bigger on your hoodies plz us fat people get cold too

  • Nicole Fowler Post author

    So glad Elvis is doing better!!! I was so worried and he’s one of my favorites!!!!

  • Curt Hatt Post author

    Great with Elvis!

  • Isabell Strandberg Post author

    Elvis was thanking you @Brian πŸ™‚

  • Katie Wicker Post author

    I went to order a Ben and Jerry hoodie and you guys are already sold out of mediums! πŸ™ Would Love to see you guys run this merch again! Super cute! Also, super glad that Elvis is doing better. It's always a scary thing for one of your babies to not be 100 percent themselves.

  • Bea Butcher Post author

    YEAH!, Elvis is back in the buildingπŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»

  • Kimberly Grosskopf Post author

    Not sure you will read my comment, but worth a try. So in my town, LaCrosse , Wi. a family walked out to a monitor on their front porch. Big one! He is now at our local humane society. But I thought of you immediately!

  • Laurel’s Tarantula Nook Post author

    Just my opinion, but it would be cool if Elvis were housed in the snapping turtle’s (sorry, I forgot his name) enclosure. That would be awesome!

  • Jason Silva Post author

    What has happened to the tadpoles?

  • your friend Tami Post author

    I am sooo glad Elvis is doing better!

  • Deb Shep Post author

    Go Elvis!! πŸ₯°πŸ₯°

  • Doug S Post author

    Was that a southern white lip?

  • Doug Bwell Post author

    I would really like if u could add in kind of a like average price range of what the different animals u hatch (or even ones u have)would go for…just a idea

  • Jamee Slides Post author

    Elvis is one of my favorites out of all your reptiles! I want a monitor lizard one day!

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  • David Kelly Post author

    Yaaaay Elvis is doing so good. I am so glad he is better, love that lizard.

  • Heidi Pfeifer Post author

    At least the odds Gods decided you were allowed 1 super cool all gene animal. Lol

    So glad Elvis is doing so much better and can walk again using both legs. Yay!!

  • Jasey Maca Post author

    Just had surgery on Monday so I can’t walk or really move much, so your vlogs & videos are definitely entertaining and maybe one day I’ll be able to visit the reptarium- I’d be coming all the way from New Jersey. Not as far as some people but it’s still far & worth it!

  • eternitee life Post author

    When people put the thomes down. There jelly

  • GRIM REAPER Post author

    Can I please get one normal ball python for cleaning out Lucy's cage

  • Sheyenne Peterson Post author

    OMG I love Scale Babies !!! 😍😍

  • Amber Jones Post author

    You should sell yoga mats w snakes on them at The Reptarium

  • Adeezy Post author

    Is there gonna be more ball pythons added to the site soon?

  • Cody Nicklas Post author

    Ya so happy elvis seems to be all better. Those tangerines were so beautiful. Thank you

  • Angie Ann Post author

    Was Elvis giving you kisses?! 😚 so cute!!!

  • Declan1205 Post author

    I tell you what, I’m glad Elvis recovered!

  • Ern Gan Post author

    It weird I like the way snakes look but I am terrified of them

  • Damien Ceballos Post author

    Hey what about the tycoon

  • Ray Raz Post author

    Wish I can send you some of my ASF to feed off , my colonies are grown organically and getting way out of hand , I’m gonna have to euthanize all these babies, Edit : I’d love to see some Cribos haven’t seen Rico in a while , it be awesome to see some Cribos eat and I’m hunting down a pair of Dumiril Boas , I’d love to see a Dumirils if you have them

  • Golden Rose Post author

    Elvis is such a pretty lizard. He seems so friendly.
    Why are most all gene animals white?

  • mommyz Post author

    Fuck you I was eating

  • Kerry Hughes Post author

    Yay ! So happy elvis is ok !!

  • PotterfanKat87 Post author

    Toothless gorgeous as ever! Whew, Elvis is back!

  • Chris Christy Post author

    Elvis Swing those hips buddy glad you're back to normal

  • Mmreptiles and Bugs Post author

    500 likes and Brian will teach and then allow Jessica cut her favorite clutch next cutting season!!! She is the breeder!!!!

  • Jay in England Post author

    I wish there was an extra thumbs up for our boy Elvis. So glad he’s doing better. πŸ™πŸΎβ€οΈ

  • Donna Bryce Post author

    Glad Elvis is well

  • Carl Dieck Post author

    I need a tangi milk when u put them up please notify me I beg you Brian and Lori or anyone

  • michael hamner Post author

    Hay Brian can you make nova merch

  • Rhett Carter Post author

    Start the video at 1:36 to watch him snag the baby with the razor blade.

  • Joe Dunn Post author

    I think when you cut the eggs , u should have the parents on display

  • The Tea Post author

    Hey Brian i have an important question and I need an answer fast, please. Or anyone who can answer it. Does anyone know if a baby snake will survive if you cut the egg a little bit earlier than it’s due date, what’s the possibility of it still surviving if that happens?

  • Patricia Hawkinson Post author

    I think cutting eggs is BORING!

  • Deanna Hansen Post author

    Brian , i love the vlog. i watch every day too tell Lori Lori

  • The Tea Post author

    Hey Brian i have an important question and I need an answer fast, please. Or anyone who can answer it. Does anyone know if a baby snake will survive if you cut the egg a little bit earlier than it’s due date, what’s the possibility of it still surviving if that happens?

  • Osman Rincon Post author

    nice to see Elvis good and healthy, keep the excellent work Bryan and all those wonderful people that work with you. Thanks.

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  • rachel woller Post author

    I’m glad Elvis is doing better

  • Deanna Hansen Post author

    Ps. Ya all , have a great day tomorrow !

  • kayla joseph Post author

    Question. I’m trying to get a ball python where would be the best place? Of course cruelty free

  • Aleshia Maxfield Post author

    I'm glad Elvis is feeling better and wish I could do snake yoga I would be in heaven

  • mercyk211 Post author

    Can I work there when I graduate

  • Dan Meakin Post author

    Its a sad day for me ive just had to have my boa put down today was so sad

  • William Wedge Post author

    How many baby snakes do you hatch in a breeding season???

  • D Flick Post author

    I would do anything to do snake yoga. That's awesome!

  • Rhianna Hilger Post author

    I'm so glad elvis is ok! I was so worried! Toothless is doing great!! such beautiful animals. I'm looking forward to coming to the zoo when I turn 16! so soon yet so far away lol

  • Sebastian Xavier Martinez Torres Post author

    Were is the bierded dragΓ³n

  • Alida Hall Post author

    I saw a young ball python this week at a pet store and i wanted to take it home. Lol. Elvis is so cute

  • Chandler Apling -Hobbies- Post author

    Awesome vid

  • Brittney Lemke Post author

    Hi! Can you do a video explaining all the genes/morphs. I’m new to the snake world lol

  • Donna Baughman Post author

    sorry this doesnt have anything to do with THIS video in particular but I watch all the videos pretty much as soon as they are uploaded and I have been trying so hard to try and figure out what "types" or "morphs" of my 3 leopard geckos are… I keep searching and cant find exactly what I am looking for… is there someone that if I show the pictures of them could help me decipher them? pretty please???

  • kevyher1 Post author

    Brian are you a shoe collector too? I notice you rock some heat shoes on some of
    Your vlogs. I’ve seen yeezy and NMD’s πŸ˜‚ keep them vlogs it!

  • Georgia Stavrou Post author

    Hooray for Elvis!!!!!!!

  • Yesenia Rojas Post author

    Love egg cutting. But I have a question why does he cut them?

  • Sheniequa White Post author

    You are so stupid

  • Haley Nold Post author

    Random question. How many times a month should a young retic poop? If it’s being fed every 7-10 days.

  • Tim Seneca Post author

    Elvis!!! Looking good πŸ‘ buddy πŸ’ͺπŸ’ͺ πŸ’ͺ

  • Tim Seneca Post author

    Walter!!! Your one sexy dude!!!!

  • CecilieDywremose Post author

    Thank you for showing us your day πŸ˜ƒ
    I have one question: why don’t your breeding animals don’t have a hide og any other elements like leafs or rocks or other ting? There cage seems so bare πŸ™„

  • Kimberly B Post author

    what would happen if you just took the babies out when you cut the eggs? would it make a difference or not? thank you.

  • Jason Evert Post author

    You definitely need a swimming pool for all your animals. Not a kiddie pool something big with range

  • Louise Mould Post author

    I am sooo glad Elvis is ok xxx love Elvis

  • Carol Palmer Post author

    Aww yeah Elvis is going great I hope you have a blessed day and just beautiful babies we have seen today

  • Elcessy Placido Post author

    First time to watch a vid like this and it makes me more interested about snakes thanks Bri 😍😍 love from the Philippines πŸ‡΅πŸ‡­

  • Paul Arndt Post author

    What did u do with the normals from this clutch? I know I am a bit late….

  • Lubna shameer Lubi Post author

    O my good

  • Jen MeowWoof Post author

    Loved the egg reveille. Snake yoga seems interesting should be a monthly thing or something soon. Glad Elvis is feeling better your a great dad so hang in there with him he will be ok.

  • rose bud Post author

    Elvis reminds me of Mrs kippling from Jessy or bunked 🦎🦎🦎🦎sorry the emoji is the best thing I could find for a lizard

  • tycieeb blanchard Post author

    9:24 when the baby snake popped its head down at the bottom had me weak

  • Thatgirlwhosayshigh Post author

    I know Brian knows what he’s doing but does anyone else just get scared that he’ll cut one of the babies at times?
    Me trynna cut an egg: I can’t, but I’m so curious
    Head: don’t do it! Are you crazyπŸ˜‚

  • sheila tennis Post author

    I’m so glad Elvis is better!

  • Beth Pearman Post author

    The red corn snake looks like the worm that goes to space on seseme Street. Grouch's pet worm ahhh!

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