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RE: Anyone read this about Baja herps?

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Posted by: rosybozo at Wed Jul 21 12:42:51 2010  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by rosybozo ]  
   

Dustyrhoads,
You're obviously well educated on the subjects of this thread, and it has been a pleasure reading your points.
I am curious though, about your position on what I felt was the main point from your original post.

(please forgive my paraphrasing)
-The original post stated basically that the illethical collect of reptiles in Baja should deter us when considering the purchase of deli cup herps at a reptile show (because of their possibility of being the eventual offspring of said collection).

-You clarified that you were specifically against collection of "species or varieties with a small population or range", and you used Blonde subocs as a good example.

Now, inline with the original post, are we to conclude that you are against the selling of captive bred blond subocs.... since at some point their parents were collected, and you don't agree with that collection?

I guess it just seems really odd that someone would slam the selling of a captive bred herp because they find the collection of its ancestors illethical, and as their example of illethical collection they use a herp that they themselves actually sell?





   

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