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Posted by rkreptiles on February 20, 2003 at 06:46:36:
In Reply to: East Coast Weather, Expecting Animals, Delta Dash Question. posted by reptile world on February 19, 2003 at 23:21:27:
There really is no paperwork for you to do other than show you ID, and sign forthe box. You are not allowed to "look them over" before you sign and take possesion of the box.
Why wouldyou addmit that you are doing something illegal and put it on the Internet for everyone to see? Do you not know that Wild LIfe and Law Enforcement have been known to read this site and forums? If I were you, I would not be surprised to hear a knock on your door from the NYC Police, Wild life officials and possible USF&W becuase of your dealings.
:I am waiting on 3 monitors that are supposed to be shipped from CA to NY. The shipper and I agreed to wait for better weather for the sake of the animals. From what I hear though, we are still in for more bad weather in the North East.
:I am probably going to wind up using delta dash, since I dont know how long it is going to take all of the couriers to get back on track. I dont want to worry about the animals being stuck in a warehouse either.
:I have never used delta dash before, and i dont know how much paperwork is envolved on my end. Here is the thing though, as most of you know, within NYC, all monitors, iguanids, boas, pythons, and rear fanged colubrids are illegal. I live in the city, the airport they are going to will be in jersey, were they are legal.
:Do I have to worry about the people at delta knowing about the regulations in my area, or do I just look them over, sign, and leave with the animals? Please, any information will be greatly apreciated. Thanks.