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  1. Gabe

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    350 is the going rate on this side of Aus. A few people sell em for 300 though. Do you have any pics of yours womas4me?
     
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    There really isn't any comparison between an animal you picked up out of the bush & a captive bred animal you have spent time & money on. I would rather pay the $350 any day for a captive-bred animal.
     
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    Seems everyone but me is talking about pythons. I thought it was blueys. Hmmmm. :oops:
     
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    is that adult price or juvie price? all are feeding and some would be handleing well yes??
     
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    Here's a pic I took today of my male Darwin. As you can see, he is a typically aggressive Darwin and can only be handled by qualified handlers.
     
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    Hes a nice boy greebo I cant wait to get mine they are placid too
    I dont know why people dont like them more then they do
     
  9. Fuscus

    Fuscus Power Seller Power Seller

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    Whoops. :?
    Better cancel my order for 2 dozen then 8)
     
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    How much do Centralian blueys sell for then?
     
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    Fuscus Power Seller Power Seller

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    Actually $150 is also a good price for Centralian blueys, I think that they are normally $300 - $350. Remember that there is an expensive tax to get them across the border but it is per shipment ($150 upto 5 animals), If you brought 4 then the price would be about $187.50 each plus freight.
     
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