Category Archives: Reptiles & Amphibians

Ball Python Shedding Process

by The Walrus on August 14, 2018, no comments

The Shedding Process By: Daniel Hill (Source: Ball-Pythons.net) The process by which a reptile sheds its skin is called ecdysis. This process may last from 9-14 days depending on the reptile. Unlike lizards that generally shed in pieces, snakes will shed in one single piece if provided the proper conditions. A lot of first time […]

The Secret Life of Snakes (2016)

by The Walrus on June 14, 2018, no comments

They are among the most hated and feared animals on the planet – only few people recognize their beauty. This documentary features some of Europe’s most stunning species, like the European adder, the nose-horned viper, the dice snake, the ringed snake and the Aesculapian snake. So watch out next time you’re walking in the park. […]

Discovery: The Beauty of Snakes

by The Walrus on June 14, 2018, no comments

Explores every aspect of the snakes’ lives. How they mate, give birth, hunt and feed, move and sense the world around them – from the deserts of Namibia to the forests of the Amazon. Snake-mounted cameras show off their remarkable control and grace as well as the blazing speed with which they strike.