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RE: What to do about large reptiles?

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Posted by: begunwithaletter at Fri Sep 29 10:47:38 2006  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by begunwithaletter ]  
   

I disagree with that approach, there are too many anti-reptile people out there to make that safe. If you have all your snakes registered with the government, and someone decides to BAN them in your area, then the government would have the right to come and take all of your animals! And you KNOW they'd be euthanised...

I do, however, agree that breeders should be more responsible. I've seen retic hatchlings sell for less than common corns and kings, and that's ridiculous


   

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