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    International ban on BP trade

    Came across this ridiculous article. Where the heck do they get this info?????
    Sure, there are plenty of dirtbags out there, but to paint the international snake hobby in such a bad light is just sad and ignorant. is beautiful...

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    Re: International ban on BP trade

    The fact that some people say snakes are bad pets is just purely opinion. (And a bad one at that) Look at how many people are killed/injured by other animals such as horses or dogs. It's insane.

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    There always has been and always will be people using crisis not matter how small or big to push their own agenda, you are probably looking at an animal activist (PETA type), based on the twisted information given such as
    depleted millions of animals in Africa over the last several decades.
    knowing that in some part they are considered a nuisance and to add to that they are strictly regulated by the C.I.T.I.E.S (Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species)

    In the mind of some people it's "never let a tragedy go to waste"
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