Elderly ball python lays eggs 'without male help'


Louis Zoo, are reporting that a 62 year old ball python laid seven eggs. Despite not being near a male steak for at least two decades. Herpetology facility says it's unusual, not necessarily rare fur ball pythons to reproduce asexually. The snakes can store sperm for delayed fertilization. The birth is also considered out of the ordinary because ball pythons usually stop laying eggs long before they reach. Their sixties. But happen this time

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