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Posted by Brendan on January 24, 2003 at 15:42:13:
In Reply to: It's actually pretty simple... posted by Kenny Wray on January 24, 2003 at 13:36:04:
What is your guess as to actual number of animals the day of the RU in GA? I am not as concerned about the impact they have on C atrox but I would imagine that it won't be long before C adamanteus will become endangered with sustained mass collecting.
I am suprized that with such strict laws protecting nonvenomous reptiles in GA that they would not place the 3 rattlesnakes on the same list.
When I lived in Atlanta I saw more ratsnakes and kingsnakes then I ever did rattlesnakes. I actually have only ever seen 2 rattlesnakes ever in GA and they were both C horridus. I saw these after I had moved out here to AZ and went back specifically to add them to my life list. I hope that someday they wake up and do the right thing for what I would consider the most majestic off all American rattlesnakes.
Just out of curiosity, will they sell live rattlesnakes to people at these hillbilly conventions? If so what do they charge?