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Re: Confusion about CITES


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Posted by rkreptiles on September 02, 2002 at 10:39:37:

In Reply to: Re: Confusion about CITES posted by Katrina on September 01, 2002 at 20:24:27:

It depends, mainly appendix I animals can not cross state lines without paperwork. I.E. the Radiatad Tortoise can be sold withing a state without any paperwork but to cross state lines it requires that both people have USFWS captive bred wildlife permits. ON the other hand the Egyptian Tortoise is appendix I and it does not have the requirements for paperwork for crossing state lines. I am not sure why. You can contact USFWS Division of Management Authority who handle permits for any questions.
http://international.fws.gov/cites/ma-dir.html



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