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RE: I Guess It Is Time

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Posted by: ectimaeus at Tue Aug 23 21:37:35 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by ectimaeus ]  
   

If you are asking if I would break the law, the answer is NO.

Sounds like you agree with me that it is legal. Just like it is legal for you to sell your offspring to someone that does not know how to take care of it. Breeders, collectors, wholesalers, and importers rely on Herp mortality. Why do you just not admit it, snakes that you or others kill in captivity are way more inhumanely killed than those that chop off a rattlesnake's head. The rattlesnake dies quickly, not the slow, sickly, starving death achieved in captivity.

Please do not get me wrong, as those that truely know me I am not against keeping reptiles, breeding them, and selling offspring. You just will not see me bashing what others do because of my opinion that is not based on facts.

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