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(chill electronic music) – Hey, good morning, everybody
and welcome to the vlog. I’m over here at the reptarium, of course, and I have this absolutely beautiful, gorgeous little monkey right here. This is actually an albino
Darwin’s carpet python and you might be asking yourself, “Why are you holding albino
Darwin’s carpet python, Brian?” The fact is, later today, I am gonna be cutting a clutch
of albino carpet pythons. Well, actually het albino
pythons, and I tell you, I have never produced albino
carpet pythons before, but these were like a dream
animal of mine for years, like 15 years ago, and
the back story of that is that an albino actually showed up in northern territory
Australia many, many years ago, and I saw a picture and I was blown away. In one way or another,
albinos ended up popping up over in South Africa, and
then ultimately in America, and I actually purchased
this guy a couple years ago, so this is the first time
I could ever produce one, so it’s kinda cool to go
from that dream of seeing that animal 15 years ago in
a picture from Australia, to now having one and then now, actually potentially
being able to produce ’em, so we’ll cut those eggs later in the vlog, and by the way, let’s have
an amazing day together. Take a lookit, guys. Oh my
gosh, Ben and Jerry just shed. Now you remember, Ben and
Jerry injured theirself a couple weeks ago, so this
shed was very important. I can actually take them out really quick and inspect how that
wound is actually healing, and basically snakes use shed cycles to actually heal theirself, right? So right after Ben and
Jerry injured theirself, they ate once and then they
went right back into shed, which is kinda a healing process, and you can see there’s a
little bit of a raw area between there, but it
looks really really good. I tell you what, I couldn’t be more happy with the way they look right now, and I think I’m gonna go ahead and feed them later today as well. So I’m not gonna handle
these guys too much. I just wanted to inspect
that little area right there, and again, looks amazing, I mean, healed really, really well. There was a little swelling
before it went into shed so that swelling is completely gone. I have a feeling they’re gonna eat and do completely fine today. Remember, Jerry didn’t eat last time, Ben did, so let’s hope
that Jerry eats this time, and we’ll go ahead, get
these guys set back up. Later on the day, we’ll
go ahead and feed them, but I do want to take a look at this actual shed itself, right here. So this is the two heads right here. That is so absolutely weird, and again, you can almost feel right here where there’s kinda like hard, where they were actually
almost scabbed up, right? And that scab coming
off looks really good, so Ben and Jerry looks great, and again, we’ll give them some food later on and hopefully they’ll both eat. Remember a couple weeks
ago when I told you that Verde finally ate her
first rodent on her own? Well, it was a little live rat fuzzy, because she hadn’t taken frozen, and of course she was only
eatin’ live chicks before that. Well, guess what, I’ve got
even more incredible news, and that is that she took her
first frozen rat last night. That’s right, Verde took
her first frozen rat. Frozen anything, to be honest with you, she wouldn’t even eat
frozen chicks before, so this is great news. The fact that Verde is
actually eating frozen means that I can increase the food size now, and really start to put some size on her. I tell you, she is just
such an amazing animal, I love green anacondas, I’ve always said that it’s like one of the
kings of snakes, right? One of the most iconic snakes in the world is a green anaconda, and the fact that she’s
finally, after over a year, eating frozen rats,
it’s absolutely amazing. C’mon, all the way. – [Bruce] It’s too heavy. – Come here. Here sweetie. C’mon. So we’re gonna do some manicuring today. Bella’s nails are well
overdue. They grow so fast. About 6-7 weeks go, we
cut ’em, but I tell you, they are way too long, so
Bruce is gonna go ahead and nip these off, and then, later on, we’re gonna try Abusuku.
You guy may remember, I don’t know, a few
months ago we did Abusuku where we had to, like,
cover it with a towel and all that type of stuff. Well, Bruce has been working
with Abusuku really good so we’re gonna do the first time where we’re gonna try not to restrain her and see what happens, but, first, Bella. So lets go ahead and just slowly do it and what I’m doing is just
trying to keep her calm, while Bruce is cutting her nails. I’m just going to pat her
and kinda keep her happy. She’s such a good animal, I mean, she really is and basically
this is just, like, cutting a dog’s nails,
right? I mean they have that little vein in there
just like they have, so it’s a little hard
with some of these lizards because, of course, their nails are dark much like nails that are dark on a dog. So you have to just kinda see what it is and Bruce actually used to groom dogs, so he’s the right person for the job because he’s cut many dog’s
nails and stuff like that. Just kinda repositioned
her really quick ’cause she was getting a little
agitated with all the clipping, and again, just whatever she wants to do. I wanna keep her not stressed
out and stuff like that and she loves pets and,
so I just had to get her on my lap where I think she
feels a little more comfortable than being on that rock down below. So, a lot of times I think that, because she doesn’t really like
coming out of her cage much, and people ask me that all the time, like, Elvis loves coming around
and cruising around and Abusuku’s actually
been out all morning which is the first time we
really let her kinda cruise around the shop. We’re gonna start doing
that quite a bit, too, but Bella actually likes
to stay in her cage, she doesn’t like to be out. When she’s out, she
gets a little stressed. So, what I’m doing is actually
just letting her sit on me where she feels the most
comfortable, of course, and we’ll get these nails cut and she’ll be much better off for it. So, we got one last little leg over here. – There we go. All done. – Okay, we’re all done with Bella. We’ll get her back in her cage. We’ll give her some
super worms as a treat, just to kind of tell her
that she did such a good job, and then we’ll move on to Abusuku. So we’ve been soaking
Abusuku for a little bit for two reasons. Number
one, she likes soaks. Number two, it does soften
her nails up a little bit. So what we’re gonna try to do is, get her out of the water,
set her on top of this tub so that we can hopefully cut her nails without her biting us. So, my job is gonna be protecting Bruce and hopefully she’s gonna be good. She has been so good
today, it’s unbelievable. So, let’s go ahead and
get her out of the water. We’ll put her up here. Here we go, girl. You’re all right. I’ll shut this for you. There we go. We’ll try to set her
right up on top of here, and then I’m gonna kind
of just do the best I can do to control her a little bit, while Bruce is cutting her nails. There you go, girl. You’re
all right. You’re okay. Okay, and again, we’re gonna
try not to restrain her at all. I’m gonna keep like this so that, if she comes around, I’m the
one that she goes after first. See how good she is. I mean, what a difference this makes. I mean, I tell you what,
Bruce has just been working with her like crazy,
habituate her to people, to being out, to understanding
that we’re not food, so and I tell you what, It is unbelievable the difference, just, in a couple months
with this animal has done. I mean again, a couple months ago, she would of tore us apart by now and you can see she’s just
being absolutely wonderful. Course, she’s probably wondering, like, what are you guys doing to me right now? And again, last time we had
to literally put a towel over her head and restrain her, which is something that
you never really wanna do with monitor lizards ’cause
you lose the trust, right? So, if we can build this trust like this where she understands that
we’re not hurting her. We’re actually doing the best
we can do to keep her healthy. I mean, she doesn’t understand
the nail clipping part, but she’s gonna feel
better with those nails a little bit smaller ’cause her fingers will actually even work
a little bit better, and, again, without restraining her, this is gonna be great positive
reinforcement with her. So, she is doing really well right now, just got a few more
nails on the back side, and then this last side over here, and then she’s good to go,
and again, like I mentioned, we’re gonna try and go around to her to where she doesn’t get too freaked out. There we go. That’s okay, Abusuku. You’re doing so good, girl. So good. Again, its almost hard for me to imagine that this animal just a couple
months ago was such a beast, you know? And it tells you that, if you can gain trust, positive
reinforcement with animals, you can tame almost anything. I mean this animal I thought was untameble and it’s amazing and it all started really with target training
so that she understood what food was and what
food wasn’t. You all done? – Yep. All done. – All right, so Bruce has it
all done. Abusuku was great. I think what we’re gonna
do is just go ahead, set Abusuku on the ground, and let her run around a little bit more just as a reward for kind
of being a good girl, and look at this, it is crazy. Abusuku, you are amazing, girl! That was pretty awesome, I mean it’s… I’m even blown away bout
how awesome that was. (lighthearted guitar music) – [Brian] Eric! – Yo, what’s up man? – [Brian] Dude, I saw you’re Instagram. Your mountain bike– – Oh, yeah! (high energy rock music)
(motorbike revving) – [Voiceover] Liquid Cool! – [Brian] Excursion. Yeah So– – Just over some rocks. Y’know what? You always do it and you’re like, “Oh that was hardcore.” and then you watch the
video and you’re like, “It really doesn’t look like anything.” Y’know what I– – [Brian] When are you taking me out, man? – Dude, anytime you want man, seriously. We can go after work. I’ll go anytime. We can probably just play hooky tomorrow. We’ll go out– – We actually were at Slick Rock, at Moab. Unbelievable. Now that looks crazy. I don’t think you’d make it.
It’s like a 12 mile trail and I saw so many people get like a quarter mile in and turn around. – Oh, I believe it. I believe it. Those you have to have some serious bikes. Full suspensions. You gotta be crazy, man. I’m not that crazy. I like going through the little
turns, through the trees, maybe down some roots. That’s it. – [Brian] All right. All
right, so let me know if you guys want us to vlog this. I’ll wait til Noah gets
back. Me, you and Noah, we’re going mountain biking. We’ll vlog it and we’ll see who reigns
supreme on the trail. I have a feeling that I’m gonna die. – (laughs and claps) It
would be so cool man. – Let’s do it. Let’s do it. Let’s do it. And on to the clutch. I am actually really excited
about this because, again, I saw the first albino carpet python back in Australia, like, I
don’t know, 12, 15 years ago. Never thought that I’d even own one. Of course now we do own one,
but I’ve never hatched one, and whenever you hatch the first thing that you’ve ever hatched, especially when it’s something that’s so special like an albino carpet,
it’s super exciting. I don’t know what’s going to happen, because it’s het to het, again a Darwin het albino
to a Jaguar het albino so hopefully we get lucky
and get some albinos. Let’s just jump into it and start cutting these little carpet python eggs and see what we have in here. Woo, okay, first egg is actually, it looks just like a normal carpet python. Possibly a Jaguar, and
the Jaguar is actually like kinda a pattern
mutation, so I like that. Let’s see what this second egg is. Man, I hope we get at least one albino. I’ll be so disappointed
if I cut this whole clutch and there’s no albino carpet pythons. Oh my gosh, oh! Guess what? Oh my gosh! An albino carpet python! Oh my! I dreamed of this day so many years ago that one day I would hatch
albino carpet pythons, and here we are, second egg, and there’s an albino carpet python. I cannot wait till these little
monkeys crawl out the egg, and these actually hatch,
it’s usually 52 to 54 days, where as most ball pythons and other pythons will
be more like 60 days. So, let’s just keep going here, and see if we get more albinos. Oh my gosh, and it’s hard to see if that’s a jag albino or if
that’s just a normal albino. It’s just kinda impossible
to see. This one, I can see really clearly is
just a normal carpet python. Again, that would be
possible het for albino. A few of these eggs are a
little bit buried in here, guys, so it’s a little bit
hard for me to cut them, but I’m gonna do the best I can do to see what we have going on. Can’t believe we can hit an albino. Okay, here’s another normal carpet python. Not anything other than
that, just a possible het. Going on to this egg, come on. Even if I don’t hit another albino, I’m super excited. I’ll be honest with ya, I couldn’t believe that we actually did. I keep on thinking like,
“What if they’re not het, and I never produce
one?”, stuff like that. So, again, this one definitely looks like a jag carpet right here. Let’s see what we have going on. We’re gonna keep on cutting. So far, odds have not been that great. We hit the one albino
and then nothing since. Another jag carpet possible het. There’s an egg down here. there’s no way I’ll ever
be able to cut that one, because it’s way too deep in there. – That’s what she said (laughs). – But so far just one albino. Ah! Another albino! There it is. Awesome. So we got two albinos, and, again, it’s impossible to tell
if they’re jag albinos or normal albinos yet, because, y’know, they’re in the egg, and the pattern, you can’t really tell. So,
we got two albinos so far. That is awesome. Let’s keep going. We got a handful of other eggs, and this was a really
beautiful clutch of eggs. Oh look it there. All
right, that’s just a normal. Looks like it’s actually a jag as well, and the jag will have more striping, wider bands, and so on like that. So, we’ll keep going here, couple more. I think there’s four more eggs. Another jag carpet for sure
right here, possible het albino. Three more eggs. Now I’m getting greedy. I just want to get one more albino. Come on, one more albino. Nope. Not an albino in this one.
Looks like another jag. So, getting a lot of the jags, though, which is interesting. Gonna
get this egg right over here. Oh gosh, these are so much harder to cut than a ball python egg. I gotta be honest with ya here. Okay, what do we got?
Come on one more albino. One more albino. Nope. Looks like another either
carpet or jag carpet. Not sure. One last egg, guys. You guys know, I love to end
egg cutting on a high note. Please let there be an albino, please. And again, there’s one egg
that I wasn’t able to cut that could always be an albino too, but we actually have two albinos. Nope, another normal, so it
looks like we two albinos out of this whole clutch,
which isn’t the greatest odds, but again, I am not complaining. Again, there’s one little egg in there that I didn’t get to cut, so maybe there’ll be three
albinos in this clutch. I am just over the moon
happy that we produced albino carpet pythons.
How awesome is that. And there it is, guys. I’m gonna go ahead and shut the vlog down. Wish you guys an absolutely amazing day. Tell me something
beautiful about you guys, because I love you so much. Remember you had better
be kind to someone. If you’re not kind to someone,
I’m gonna come punch you in the face. No, seriously,
be kind to someone, and I promise I’ll see you guys tomorrow. (upbeat electronic music)


  • Maria Z Post author

    I love you guys you guys are so cool

  • Jhe Ann Dela Cruz Post author

    Raise your hands of your watching Lucy while they are cutting Ubuzuku's nail.

  • Kit Kat News Post author

    What do you do with the still borns can the be fed to any other animals or is that dangerous to feed them dead babies.

  • minecraft steve Post author

    Can you come to my house plz I want to hold a snake

  • Autumn Waite Post author

    I would love to see a biking video! Also will be waiting to see those albinos after they hatch completely! I was never interested in snakes until i found this vlog. Definitely an inspiration.

  • Sean B0wers Post author

    I love how the animals come to the front of their respective enclosures to see what's going on outside. In your last video Toothless was peeking over Lori's shoulder. I think it wanted out:)

  • Rachael C Post author

    We have a 8-9mth old Albino Carpet Python they are gorgeous python's, We also have 2 Green Tree Frogs (Whites Tree Frogs)

  • DracoChaos 316 Post author

    What is your company?

  • JOOGSQUAD Post author

    Verde is so cool. I hope 2 have a green anaconda someday.

  • Amanda Bowman Post author

    Yay…I live all the way in VA an wanna come up to see Ben an jerry an bella is that bad

  • Dorothy Bradford Post author

    Is there a completely scaleless ball python ?

  • amandaslaw81 Post author

    Love watching your videos. Maybe you could do a video where you show more in depth what kind of snakes you're talking about and why they are named what they are by showing what marking or traits makes them what they are. I'm so lost when u spit out albino het words lol and I would love to learn but I'm just lost! BTW I know what albino means I couldn't think of any other names lol

  • TheLastApe Post author

    If you're not kind to someone I'm gonna come punch you in the face. Lol

  • Joshua Diaz Post author

    Keep up the good work guys.
    Love the videos and love your team. Amazing job well done!

  • Shamond Rogers Post author

    Where has salt and pepper been?

  • Mrs. PuppySaver For life Post author

    Throat punch not the face…LOL it’s always good to be kind, even when others aren’t

  • Wincie Willis Post author

    I predicted you would find two Albino in that clutch! That was a real 😎 egg 🥚 cutting session ♥

  • Mike Barker Post author

    Do you all sell snakes over the internet? If so where do I need to go?

  • Tabi Hawley Post author

    UbuSuku was amazing!! Great job, Bruce!! And, Brian, I lived that outro! Had me laughing pretty good! I needed that. It's been a long, stressful 36hrs at my house.

  • Evelyn Rojas Post author

    Bruce has done an amazing job with her, I remember the last time you showed us how you guys had to trim her nails.
    I like the shirt, Stay +

  • Brandon Van Post author

    Where is your store located I never here it in the videos

  • Sidney Pineiro Post author

    My kittycat, Salem got her sutures and drain tube removed this morning so today is a good day! Love ur videos and cant wait til tomorrow's video

  • Susan Siedler Post author

    Praying 🙏 we get to get to see the Reptarium while in MI from CO for son’s wedding!!! Road trip to MI starts Fri/Sat!!!

  • James Walker Post author

    Be kind to someone or I'll punch you in the face is a perfect tshirt opportunity

  • Chandler Apling -Hobbies- Post author

    Amazing video Brian

  • Nicole Cantú Post author

    Great job Bruce!
    Bella seems like such a sweetheart.

  • STWart - Shannon Post author

    Well done Bruce. And Yay for albino carpets.

  • Michelle Bouchard Post author

    A positive for me today is that I can now see better with my new glasses that just came in

  • Guðbjörg Gísladóttir Post author

    Are both Ben and Jerry mouths connected to the stomach? How about muscle control? do they have equal control over the body? You really should get them scanned

  • Carmen Gardner Post author

    Never realized Ben and jerry have a smiley on the back of their heads 😃😍

  • Shayla Fines Post author

    Well done Bruce! You make me feel like an amature just training dogs 😆 your very skilled and I can see the pride in your face! Keep doing what you love! Your great at it 😁

  • Jessica S Post author

    Bruce has done a awesome job with her ! I love your vlogs this just makes me love reptiles even more!

  • Mike Richter Post author

    Did Bruce get his shorts from the kids section?

  • MegaUnchangable Post author

    Man, you had me rolling! “I’m going to come and punch you in the face.”

  • Danielle Howe Post author

    I swear if my dad was alive he would of loved your videos Watching your videos makes me feel close to my dad he loves snakes he loves all animals

  • World of Reptiles and Fish Post author

    I would pay to see you come and punch me in the face 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

  • Sara Wagner Post author

    Brian and Noah and everyone I hope you see this message Noah made it into this video #5 it was on his 3am snake feeding challenge. This is so awesome I hope you see it yayyyyyyy so cool.

  • Sonya marsh Post author

    I just want to thank you for Educating me in the reptile world. I used to be scared of any snake I would see but I went to the pet store and caught myself looking and talking to the snakes for the first time in my life lol

  • Declan1205 Post author

    I tell you what, Lets smoke a bowl everytime Brian says, "I tell you what!"

  • Gregory Helberg Post author

    glad Ben and jerry are recovering quickly brian

  • LaLa B Post author

    Been waiting thanks Brian

  • LaLa B Post author

    Brian i want a corn snake or Boa none poison.

  • Queen Ezkimo Post author

    I love the snake that’s watching the nail clippings lol

  • German Victory Post author

    Hey Brian I have a suggestion for merch shirt don't fear the noodle respect it lol

  • LaLa B Post author

    I'm about to get a puppy ,it's not a snake but still excellent

  • Jackie Lavallee Post author

    Absolutely love your vlogs!! Always an amazing thing to watch everyday!

  • Ileana Miranda Post author

    What omg!

  • Olivia Sharp Post author

    Ubusuku is doing so good!! My heart is so happy! I’m so proud of her

  • Blufirewing _ Post author

    I have to tell you. You have amazing, beautiful animals. You're energy and positive vibes are truly inspiring. I do however have a question, are there benefits to feeding them frozen food rather than live food? I mean they eat it live in the wild and I know you know what you're doing. I'm just curious. I had pet snakes growing up and I lost one young because he wouldn't eat and it devastated me. So another question is how do you help your animals that have trouble eating?

  • Ruthe Keane Post author

    being an Australian and keeping our beautiful pythons, i don't know why this video irritates me so much.

  • Ang McLaren Post author

    Hey Brian, I love what you do. I wish I could have a ball python here in Australia. Could you make your vlogs a bit longer please. 15-17minutes are too quick. Have a great day.

  • Jessica Latorre Post author

    Hi brain barckzrk for my birthday I wanted a ball python but indeed I got a cat but you inspired me to get a snake my birthday was July 24 and I wanted to say thank u for inspiring me see u in your videos

  • Wlsscom Post author

    Damn, Jerry must feel so weird that he feels full even though he ate nothing

  • Nick Arton Post author

    For the things you do, you deserve more subs man

  • Michelle Nicklaus Post author

    Why are you cutting open the eggs? Doesn't that kill them? 😲

  • Glassgothgirl Post author

    I love his use of plural pronouns with the two-headed snake. He acknowledged each of them as an individual and that's beautiful <3

  • corey strauss Post author

    What's the difference between a python and anaconda? I'm just curious lol.

  • Mindy Gillmor Post author

    Brian. I am interested about cutting of eggs. Besides seeing what the characteristics of the snake will be, why do it? What happens once they are cut? I noticed fluid leaking out. Love watching and learning. Lori is so beautiful and has a great presence about her. Thank you

  • ski dude Post author

    I wanna see the baby’s after you open the eggs to see the cute little things I recommend

  • Reptile Circus Post author

    I was going to get an albino carpet python because I live in Australia but I ended up hating a central carpet python

  • Glen Sharp Post author

    Incredible as always.
    On vacation with my daughter at SeaWorld San Antonio this week. Had to watch for Ben & Jerry.

  • Elsa Tovar Post author

    How much dose a two headed snake cost

  • Benjamin Banania Post author

    Do another room tour

  • Franco Luco Post author

    Awesome job!

  • THE ONE AND ONLY BRAT Post author

    Can you tell us when you put a whole bunch of snakes for sale on your website I surely want one….hugs & kisses

  • Felicity Paterson Post author

    As u can see by my pic I have an Albino Darwin Python and she is a sweetheart

  • TheBlondeOne' Post author

    Should Ben and Jerry have a larger cage now they’ve got bigger?

  • Vanessa Alvarez Post author

    can you put pictures of the momma snake and dad snake ? before you cut the eggs thank you!! also you should do a tour on your Reptile store!!! and a Q & A for an update! love your videos!

  • Aris Legendas Videos Post author

    Go Verde !!!, bout me ? I am professional Wrestler in Melbourne Australia. 7th year in pro wrestling, love it,

  • Kasandra Santos Post author

    he still doesn't realize only one head needs to eat to be okay ? they only have one stomach he just sounds ridiculous when he keeps saying oh this one didn't eat so im gonna try to get him to eat today

  • Akira Nakahara Post author

    Is it only me who thinks that Brian Barczyk isn't very nice and gentle to his snakes? … I mean, sometimes it looks like he doesn't like them at all and seems to breed them for money … 😅

  • Liesl Hemsworth Post author

    Congrats to Bruce on the amazing job he has done!! She is like a different animal now. We need more of Bruce and his animal and spider adventures on the vlog. Please!!!

  • Dylan Mellon Post author

    Does cutting the eggs not hurt the babies?

  • katharinexMcKenzie Vlogs Post author

    The snake behind him when they are cutting nails

  • Gabrielle Shaffer Post author

    Glad I finally got to watch so glad Ben and jerry are better. I’m late on vlog I broke a section of my vertebrae yesterday so finally got on WiFi to watch!

  • Blake Burton Post author

    You said Albano carpet python 5 times in the first 35 seconds of the video…..

  • Nigerian Prince Post author

    Vlog the mountain biking

  • IAMGiftbearer Post author

    Exciting that you're getting Albino Carpet Pythons. Those are so beautiful!

    Abusuku is really being calm with her toenails being cut; much calmer than my dog!

  • Stink Wrinkles Post author

    Awesome channel! But I'm not a fan of albino anything. It's neat looking but I prefer the natural, vibrant colors of a snake! Albino Burmese??? No! Ugly!!! Much prettier with normal colors! Albino corn snake??? Blasphemy!!!!!!

  • Hazel Hood Post author

    I don't know if you noticed but often when you're standing in front of a cage in the Reptarium, often the animal behind is trying to get your attention. It's quite funny. Wow, isn't Ubusuku a changed animal

  • Adam Poznaniak Post author

    6:14 somebody exploring

  • Yvonne Burns Post author

    Snakey boo wants to see too, whatcha doing with the 🦎

  • Sherry Lynn Madcat Post author

    Bruce has severe patience. I'm betting he's the person everyone had cut the hair between small dogs' toes. Great work with Ubusuku, Bruce.

  • Angela Chandler Post author

    Luv ur animals Brian u and lorri and the crew r fantastic…..have a good day…always

  • Elvis Uribe Post author

    😂😂😂Eric Always Crackin Me UP

  • Cassandra Athena Post author

    I would love to watch the 3 of y'all mountain biking, y'all are great together and very enjoyable for me and my daughter

  • Keith Owens Post author

    Can you show us a video with you doing that target practice and explain the benefits of it. I would greatly appreciate it.

  • Samantha mcpherson Post author

    You should be holding more of the snakes body wait please like so he sees this

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  • Kane Brown Lyrics2-1SpecialGiRl Post author

    Brian I got to say today I was feeling depressed and down due to a separation between me and my daughter. It's almost a custody battle type situation and I haven't seen her in 9 months. Before this time I had never gone a week without her so it has me in the dumps. I'm just really missing her. I stumbled on your vid today and read and listened about let's make today awesome, and at the end how you say to be kind to someone. Got me to smile and think I'm the only who can fix this relationship between me and my ex fiance. I want to be in my daughters life but I never thought I would need a lawyer to. But your video today made me realize that your doing something you love and enjoy. I need to do the same and get my daughter back because with her I'm happy and complete. I want to be happy again and the way to reach that is to work hard and try to afford a good lawyer. This video was motivational seeing you full of energy, loving life, truly happy with your animals changed my day. I want those things in my life. Keep up the hard work.

  • Aj Spidel Post author

    Brian thanks for your amazing videos. I used to afraid of snakes and had such a wrong opinion of them. Thank you for helping me in my loss of fear on these beautiful amazing animals. Sending good vibes to Ben and Jerry for a fast and hearty recovery. Love watching them grow and feeling like being part of such an amazing experience.

  • Bill Keeslar Post author

    Odd question. Do they both have to eat? Or could just one do the eating and they could survive?

  • ElinorayMountainFox Post author

    1:50 That pattern is beautiful! I think I've missed other videos about this Two-headed snake cause I haven't seen it before.

  • Smashing Pumpkings97 Post author

    Does it not kill them opening the eggs early

  • Jaesin45 Johnson Post author

    You should have a Channel on TV. Discovery / Natinal Geographic is sleeping on you all. Awesome!!

  • Karen Rob Post author

    I love egg cutting !

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  • Billy Septian Post author

    OMG.. No rabbit !!!

  • G3X4 Picklez Post author

    7:00 i lowkey thought sunrise was a cobra and i think its sunrise

  • Keith Fraser Post author

    What a beast of a reptile Ubusuku is! You have to show us those albino carpets when they slither out of the eggs!!

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