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That is an irresponsible response!! Read!!! BillS disregard him!


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Posted by Frank Roberts on April 24, 2001 at 18:01:29:

In Reply to: Re: Information on habitat laws. posted by Tom on April 23, 2001 at 07:35:01:

: Do all the feild collecting you want.They are just going to plow it with a bulldozer eventually anyway.you would be saving many reptiles.

Well, field collecting is illegal in the state of New Jersey without proper permits or a NJ resident fishing licence is required for the culling of various Herp species. It is my opinion whether they are going to plow over the land or not to still obey the law. Such irresponsibility will lead to the people whom are responsible reptile and amphibian keepers to pay the bill with even tougher laws. NJ is over criticized with their supposed Tyranni in the law of keeping herps. So you can not keep venomous? Humm sounds reasonable to me. Oh endangered NJ fauna, humm sounds like they are trying to protect their native species from such ILLEGAL field collecting. Ohh crocs, humm they are dangerous, humm Anacondas, humm well with the girth they can get I think very experienced keepers of large Boids should only be able to keep them, lets say over 10 years experience so to speak. NJ isn't so bad compared to NY and other states. If you have such a problem move to Pennsylvania and wait till someone gets killed by a supposed venomoid and they will be banned there as well.

Sorry about the venting,
Frank Roberts





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