Do snake eggs grow in size before they hatch?
I have read some where about snake eggs getting larger in size.Is it true? If yes,Why does it happen?
Yes, snake eggs do stretch and grow somewhat as the babies form inside them. Depending on species, some snake eggs can grow about 1/3 larger than their original size as the baby matures. That's why snake eggs are soft and described as being "leathery" rather than being hard like a bird egg.
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