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RE: I Guess It Is Time

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Posted by: DannyBoy9 at Wed Aug 24 21:33:35 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by DannyBoy9 ]  
   

The rattlesnake roundups in Whigam, Ga over the last couple decades have decimated EDB populations in the southeast & have done a hell of a job on gopher tortoises as well. Anyone who can defend this genocide can only have marbles for a brain. Human destruction of nature is so absolutely short sighted & irreversible. Sure, reptile keepers lose their fair share of specimens but, they don't make an ongoing effort to remove them from the wild for intentional slaughter. I can assure you that the EDB populations in the southeast have not been reduced to scraps from herpers. It's from habitat destruction & folks like this guy.
Next, we'll be hearing his defense of the loss of 90% of the ocean's large fish for monetary gain. That would be off topic I reckon, but interesting.


   

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