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Posted by mchambers on November 09, 2002 at 09:06:26:
In Reply to: here is a list of states and requirements posted by rkreptiles on November 08, 2002 at 17:51:14:
of the first edition of this guide and the second revised edition. Note on the missouri law and the devils workshop: when applied for the class permit i out right asked what the reason was for and was told if keeping venomous and say a natural disaster would happen or a fire , etc. it would be a consideration on any emergency unit situation. Speaking here of: if here was a tornado and your residents blew down and you were trapped, would you get the help knowing that they had to walk around in debree and junk to get to you with the knowledge that there may be venomous snakes loose as well ? A very funny scenario that wasn't a scenario while living in the country : any snake that was seen away from my house just had to be mine escaped due to me keeping snakes ! Or in other words since the locals knew i had snakes ,any time they drove down my country gravel road and spotted a snake it was thought to have came from my house. LOL !
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