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Posted by: chance37 at Wed Jun 27 16:27:31 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by chance37 ]  
   

Florida requires inventory updates with aquisition records. 1000 hours experience. I have to have a critical incident plan posted on premises. Lockable room or the cages all have to lock. I have a temp controlled shed that I lock. Most of my big diamondbacks are locked down. the young easterns and pigmys I keep in rubbermaid containers. Most of the road cruising areas here are on National forrest land or refuges. I dont collect wild caughts unless they are anery pigs or young easterns. The 2 adults easterns I have collected were from a special sand pit known for crazy aberrancies...which they usually kill. The eastern female is definately aberrant in some way...she is eating like a champ too...which everyone said Id never get her to do.


   

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