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    "Queen of the Pythons" lays eggs

    https://www.geek.com/news/watch-13-f...-eggs-1798874/

    This is a link from Smithsonian Channel's new special. It documents an African Rock Python named 'Squeeze'. I haven't watched the special yet, I've only seen the clip and read the article. I'm not even sure I get Smithsonian Channel, but if I do I'll definitely check this special out.
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    Update: the special airs tonight at 8:00 EST
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    Funny how they call 35 eggs "Massive clutch" good thing she is not laying double that.

    Would be interesting to watch for sure to see the king of info that is given.
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    Re: "Queen of the Pythons" lays eggs

    Quote Originally Posted by Stewart_Reptiles View Post
    Funny how they call 35 eggs "Massive clutch" good thing she is not laying double that.

    Would be interesting to watch for sure to see the king of info that is given.
    Yeah, I expected 50+ eggs in that clutch, considering a 13 foot African Rock Python was the mom-to-be.

    I'm hoping Smithsonian Channel does a good job of providing a quality program with factual, scientific information rather than focusing on how "scary" snakes are.
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