upload your murray pythons.

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  1. Kalee

    Kalee Not so new Member

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    this is my boy Dax he was 9 weeks yesterday :D these pics are 2 weeks old
     

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    Scleropages Very Well-Known Member

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    Anyone got some with grey belly's???

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    cant wait until Arnie gets that big! they are really cool photo's aswell :)
    i know there's more out there with murrays, so upload your shots.
     
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    How do you guys go when you let the fully grown ones free range around the house? Do they get agro when you go and pick them up to put them back in their home?

    Beautiful snakes everyone - Murray Darlings are gorgeous!
     
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    Nice MDs guys keep the pics coming =)
     
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    all 3 of our murrays darlings seem to be fine when we let them roam around the house, they don't get agro at all when we go to pick them back to put them away...they just roam around and explore.
    all of our murrays are very placid snakes though, they have never struk at either of us, even when in the process of shedding and need to be moved to have their enclosure cleaned out, they are fine and dandy about it all.
     
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    come on, i know there is way more people with murray's!!
     
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