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Re: animal parts illegal?


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Posted by Ravenspirit on September 22, 2002 at 19:14:27:

In Reply to: animal parts illegal? posted by karmic1 on September 22, 2002 at 15:23:32:

:Isn't it illegal to sell turtle shells and elephant tusks?? illegal. Please read this and please correct me if I'm wrong. Thank you.

Elaphant tusks require a Cites permit, from the center for trade in endagered species, and snapping turtles are not protected, and dapending on state laws, can be sold -

Raven -

:Subj: Re: Question for seller -- Item #714053756
:Date: 09/21/2002 14:31:37 Eastern Daylight Time
:From: zircherp@bright.net (zircherp)
:To: juggaloo999@aol.com
:

:
:All of these turtles have been caught for their meat, most by feeling under
:banks and up holes in the bank and finding them. It's a sport that also
:provides some good eating for us along with some excitement. Does that
:answer your question? Paul The shells are a byproduct .
:----- Original Message -----
:From:
:To:
:Sent: Saturday, September 21, 2002 10:30 AM
:Subject: Question for seller -- Item #714053756

:
:> CANI ASK HOW YOU GET THE SHELLS?
:> --------------------
:>
:>
:> Question from: juggaloo999
:> Title of item: SNAPPING TURTLE SHELL SHELLS TAXIDERMY #35
:> Seller: z-man25
:> Starts: Sep-14-02 14:52:24 PDT
:> Ends: Sep-21-02 14:52:24 PDT
:> Price: Starts at $6.50
:> To view the item, go to:
:http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=714053756

:PLEASE HELP ME BY CONTACTING E-BAY AND TELLING THEM HOW YOU FEEL ABOUT THIS. THANK YOU BEE WELL AND HAPPY ALWAYS. aLSO CHECK OUT MY RESPONSE HERE IT'S GOOD:
:
:So, you trap them? If so, I hoped your banned from Ebay once me and my friends contact them since, this illegal. I think it's sick that all u people sell turtle shells and elephant tusk etc. just for profit. I hope you meet lady karma soon. Also, could I bid on your life? Come on, it's a good sport right? You'd just be a by product :)





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