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Posted by Sepultura4Ever on March 22, 2003 at 22:23:04:
In Reply to: Re: Alligator abuse, Question posted by boaboy13 on March 22, 2003 at 18:15:54:
Phillip I see your point and I am sorry if I made it sound like 15 yr olds have no business with Alligators or ar eignorant. The the wrong with this guy is he has no permits for it he took an ENDANGERED SPECIES out of the wild. He keeps it in a Koi pond with no fence around it at all,there is no fence around his yard at all and he lives only a few yrds from his neighbors house. Do you go around bragging to your friends about how cool you are b/c your alligator bit you. I don't think any responsible herp owner would. I am the owner of several dangerous and venomous reptiles and they are securely locked at all times, I would never go around to nayone bragging to them about how i was tagged by one of my Venomous snakes. So I think it would be best for all if the Alligator was returned to the wild. It would be alot worse for this boy if a child or dog wound up in the backyard or if the alligator makes it to the street which isn't far from the pond.
I am only concerned about the safety of the public and the Alligator ofcourse......Scott