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Cruelty Free • No. 3 Dried Neonate Baby Cornsnake Eggs (Hatched Out) | Corn Snake Reptiles Reptile Herp Herps Serpent | Taxidermy Specimen

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Cruelty Free • No. 3 Dried Neonate Baby Cornsnake Eggs (Hatched Out) | Corn Snake Reptiles Reptile Herp Herps Serpent | Taxidermy Specimen

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  • Materials: mama snake, daddy snake, spaghnum moss, love, babies
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From Dorrance, KS

Description

We raise baby snakes and after the eggs have hatched, we offer 'em up to you for your uses!

These have been rinsed and naturally dried with no chemicals!

This consists of TEN (10) eggs that have been hatched out of.

They may have some perlite and spaghnum moss / vermiculite from their hatching box that haven't been cleaned out.
They can be fixed by getting them wet / moist and cleaning them off -- I have done this with some and usually blow them gently where the babies came out to get them to poof 'em back up!

They can become pliable by leaving them with a moist sponge in a tight container and slightly shaped.

They are very cute!

Would be great for whatever purpose you need 'em for!
Please view all photos to see them!

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