The surgical procedure adopted to remove non-riable eggs from the oviduct of a python, Python anchitae, is described. Recovery was satisfactory, although it was not possible to establish whether reproduction was impaired. Reasons for the type of anaesthesia used and the choice of incision made are given.
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