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U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Must Ban Giant Snakes Unlike with wild mammals such as bears and cougars, there really is no misconception out in the public that reptiles such as pythons and alligators can be tamed or are safe. However, some ignorant people think that wild animals can be handled and kept with a half-ass attitude as long as they are being fed, that includes both wild mammals and reptiles. But in fact, such animals must always be handled with extreme caution and they really should be banned in areas in which many people reside. According to the Humane Society of the United States, the importation and inter-state transport of large constrictor snakes should be banned by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, click here . Read our earlier articles on exotic pets: “50 Exotic/Rare Animals Killed In Ohio” and “Moron Lets Infant Play With A Gorilla” . ~ What happens when careless idiots manage wild animals. On August 5th, in Campbellton, New Brunswick, Canada, two boys aged 4 and 6 were asphyxiated and killed by an escaped 100-pound African rock python from a pet shop next door. The pet shop is called Reptile Ocean, and its owner is Jean-Claude Savoie. Savoie has received complaints before about his negligence in regard to Reptile Ocean. It appears that he might have done a lousy job of feeding and caring for the python and other animals as well as in keeping them secure. Experts have theorized that the boys were likely playing with animals in the store earlier in t...


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