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RE: Anyone Breeding Niles?

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Posted by: wldktrptls at Thu May 10 19:04:47 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by wldktrptls ]  
   

Well...true the buyers will benefit as will the lizards as those aware enough to seek out a breeder are far more apt to make the effort to learn proper husbandry. But over time it may become more widely known the huge difference between CBB and imported. Of course one might do well to consider the effect of well maintained healthy monitors becoming more commonplace....this will fuel the idiots to buy the imports even more for as their moniker implies they ain't too bright and probably wont discern he difference at hand aside from how "dog tame" that ing huge lizard is. Of course that whole concept is just the thing thato ultimately got most of us here one way o another.... And when such an idea becomes manifest before you making all too seemingly real and attainable people go shopping. Uh ohhh startn' to read like aPETA pamphlet.... and the point is? Try the new NileBeBred! Be the first in your herp club to stem the evil tide of varanid importation! But seriously while CBB wont impact Nile/sag imports until they run out it will establish breeding groups and train those keepers. And provide some folks with a better chance of keeping a healthy lizard. Sure raise the price there must easily be ni people who have killed their share of imports that realize paying a hundred for one of the few C BB specimens. Watch it'll happen. Of course we should just start catching neonatest in Florida and quell the whole issue of imports from here on out! Turn the invasion in to a cottage industry while eliminating non native mortally dangerous monsters from our suburbs! Just a thought or two....
Guy


   

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