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Posted by X on February 10, 2002 at 01:35:21:
In Reply to: are ANY reptiles allowed in singapore???? posted by GECKO LEO GECKO on February 05, 2002 at 22:13:57:
U are all wrong. Pacman was and will never be legalize here in Sunny Island of Singapore. Even small frogs like fire belly toads are being confisicated at local fish shops. Gecko Leo Gecko, word of advice for ya, bring your pet into S'pore in watever way I dun care but I sincerely welcome ya to our local herp community. Pls take your time to read the following article:
I'm sure by now everyone would have read the news article on Sat Feb 9 about the 2 fellow herpers who was caught and fine $15,500 & $16,500 respectively for possessing herps. I'm sure no one want this sorta unfortunate things to happen to anyone of us. Just imagine one fine day ur neighbour saw ur pet tarantula or scorpion or even turtle walking about in the corridor and decide to call the SPCA and AVA to catch you, how would you feel?
I say we all work together and lets try our very best unite and make herping in Singapore legal. I'm a member of National Amphibian and Reptiles Owners Alliance this is a foreign group but we no doubt have the same objectives in mind, that is to stop the ban of reptiles and amphibians overseas and make herping in Singapore Legal! Just imagine if they actually ban the trade of reptiles and amphibians overseas, we might not be able to see another tarantula, scorpion, reptiles and amphibians ever again. So all Singaporean Herpers Unite!