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    Juvenile snake Qwerty3159's Avatar
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    Infertile eggs

    Came back from being out of town for about a week to a putrid smell in the reptile room I thought I was going to find my female Radix dead but thankfully it was just a nice pile of infertile eggs.
    This is the first time she's dropped any for me, I attached pictures because one of them seemed to have a mostly formed albino baby. Is that normal?



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    T. radix Ranch guidofatherof5's Avatar
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    Re: Infertile eggs

    What a shame. Probably for the best as nature goes.
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    Re: Infertile eggs

    Albino or Snow for sure. Sorry that happened.Its hard to say why.

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