Take a peek at snake eggs
Discovery Place Nature
Today our resident corn snake, Checkers, laid eggs.
Checkers is a single female, so her unfertilized eggs won't be hatching any baby snakes but will be used as a teaching tool in the Museum. Unfertilized snake eggs are called slugs and are normally smaller and yellower than fertilized eggs.
Unlike bird eggs, which have a hard outer shell, snake eggs feel soft and leathery.
If you're thinking that one of the eggs in the photo below looks like a peanut, you're right! The peanut is there to show how small the eggs are.