Yes 27 degrees C is fine for corn snake egg incubation. The optimal range is from 24.4c to 30c. Too cold, and the eggs won’t hatch, too hot and the eggs may hatch too quickly, which can lead to problems in the growth of the snake hatchlings. Be sure to create a good incubation environment by keeping it warm and moist, and don’t disturb the eggs unless you have to.
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