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Brian, you missed the point totally


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Posted by Barney on March 20, 2003 at 18:55:03:

In Reply to: I wish there were more people like you,... more posted by BrianSmith on March 20, 2003 at 18:33:12:

No one here is trying to advocate the collection of every animal they encounter. My photograph collection is thousands of times greater than the few choice animals that I rarely collect.

The whole point that I was making is that if you or anyone else should happen to find an animal that you can properly care for and you want to bring it home, you will not impact the local population.

Why get all worked up over nothing man? I am on the same side as you. I don't want to see commercial collectors raiding an area for selfish monetary gains and at the same time destroying precious habitat. I just don't get where your ideas come from on population impact. Prove me wrong and I will listen. Don't pretend you don't hear what I'm asking.


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