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    head me in the right direction floridians?

    I just moved to Clearwater Florida and would like help going in the right direction as to how i go about getting a license to sell ball pythons or breed them.
    i know most folk do not even bother trying to do it, but i rather do it right if i so happen to ever have a clutch. plus is give me something to do and read while i am here working all day like a dog. i looked online for like pet regulations but i might not be going in the right place. any help?
    Then I'm tiny like a door mouse
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    www.facebook.com/suncoastherpsociety
    Friend and contact these people, They can answer all your questions. Hope this helps
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    "The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated." - Gandhi

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    I've posted links for you. The first is a page with a few links to different rules and regulations concerning captive wildlife in Florida. The second is an application you can print out and mail in to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission with a $50 annual fee to receive a license for the exhibition or public sale of Class III reptiles.

    http://www.myfwc.com/wildlifehabitats/captive-wildlife/

    http://www.myfwc.com/media/290311/Pe...ass3ExhApp.pdf
    Russell Lawson

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