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RE: Massachusetts Herptile Laws

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Posted by: klancey at Tue Jan 31 12:02:44 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by klancey ]  
   

Let me ask this question of the previous poster though as you said you are very familiar with Ma. laws. What possible purpose is there for a blanket restriction on all monitors when several of the most popular species (spiny tails) are less than 2 ft in length and 100% of them are captive bred since importation from Australia is illegal. I partly understand the larger species being regulated, by why not just name the larger species?

Also, why does the name Michael Dorca keep coming up in these articles which discuss all the negatives about pythons being in the everglades, including this latest study he led which claims there is a huge decline in mammals in which he implicates the python population as the probable reason.


   

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