Controversial snake ban moving forward

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  • treelad posted at 9:33 pm on Sat, Jun 28, 2014.

    treelad Posts: 1

    A national ban on the import, sale and propagation of all known invasive exotic species (without a license) needs to be considered, and this needs to apply to ALL potentially invasive species, both floral and faunal, not just a few snake species. Until that happens, banning the snakes alone is unfair and will only encourage a black market. If the sale and keeping of exotic animals were regulated in the way livestock or cars are (with tags, DNA tracking and registration), owners could be held legally responsible if their animals are let loose in the wild and remove the financial burden of their damage and removal from taxpayers...

     

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