Quiet snakes

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  1. snakegirlie

    snakegirlie Active Member

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    I love when I get my snakes really tame like this girl. I have 1 other like this girl, my Murray darling yearling male. And I have a yearling roughie that's almost at the same stage. Still have a bit of work to do with my new diamond Python but she is only new. I also have two 2yr old jags but they are just my display/breeding animals but they are still ok to handle. https://vimeo.com/167866171[​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]


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    Some nice photos. Thanks for sharing.
     
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    How cool is that?! Wow so pretty to, what is the snake in the second pic? The dark coloured one?
     
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    Thank you :) if you're referring to the one under the video of the albino it's a Murray darling Python.


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    Yes beautiful boy would get a little to big for me
     
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    He is beautiful and he is very friendly. He has never bitten anyone.


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    MDs have to be one of the chilled pythons.

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    Awesome animals and so chilled, didn't mind a head rub. Anything different you do to get them like that or is it just regular handling?
     
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    The only MD I've seen that wasn't chilled was because it was being under fed. A couple of larger feeds and it became placid.

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    Yeah just regular handling :)


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    Yeah Murray darlings are just awesome snakes. They are a great first snake.


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