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    holding a leash. What if at the end of the leash was an exotic white tiger. A white tiger that was being choked by the leash and was aggressively attacking those around him. A white tiger who was trying to kill. People should not be allowed to own exotic pets. They are not only dangerous to those around them, but they can also carry diseases, be abused, and forced into the illegal exotic animal pet trade. “Exotic animals pose serious health risks to humans. A majority of exotic animals are carriers of zoonotic diseases, such as Herpes B, Monkey Pox, and Salmonellosis,” says Veterinarian Jane Mahlow in the article The Dangers of Keeping Exotic “Pets”. What this means is that some diseases that normally are only common in animals can be transmitted to humans who are near them. This poses a threat because some…

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    Exotic animals are not pets. Would you like to have a snake crawling through your house? Or a jaguar lying on your couch waiting to bother with you and then attack? Titi monkeys, lemurs, seahorses, great green macaws, white bengal tigers, scorpions, and crocodiles are only some of the large list of animals that live with people and share their day to day life. They are kept as regular pets, even if they are not happy, safe or obtained legally. Therefore, people should not be allowed to…

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    Have you ever thought of owning an exotic animal as a pet? If so did you know exotic animals are legal in the United States, but only in a few states, also you must have a federal license to own an exotic animal? Most people are scared of exotic animals because they think they are so-called “dangerous.” “Only 3.25 people a year are killed by captive exotic animals on an average scale. “Traffic accidents kill 125 people a day”, can you believe that they are not that dangerous compared to car…

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    us humans like aninmals and exotic animals but some of us like “them” how they look but exotic animals are dangerous and expensive but do you know that bettween 5,000 or 7,000 tigers are being kept as pets exotic animals are being sold out they can cost more than 8,000 or more some exotic animals are free “there” dangerous because if your smaller than a deer the exotic animal can attack “these” exotic animals are dangerous enough to probaly eat your whole body such as a lion alegatar…

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    The Exotic Animal Trade Have you ever thought of what it would be like to own a tiger or a lion? At five years old the thought of owning an exotic pet seemed very appealing. However as I grew older and more mature the reality of the situation and the idea does not seem like a dream anymore. When most families decide to buy a family pet they generally look for a fancy goldfish, a cute puppy, or even an energetic bunny, not a dangerous exotic animal. Exotic pets can be defined as an animal not…

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    Have you ever thought of having a baby monkey or a tiger cub, well don’t. Having an exotic animal can cause some incidents. They may look cute at the shop or online, but they grow up. You cant have a baby forever and everyone knows its common sense. Having an exotic animal is very dangerous, here’s why. The nature is home of hundreds of thousands of species, and many are exotic and/or close to extinction. Having an exotic animal as a pet can cause animals to go endangered or close to being…

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    When people think of a household pet domestic animals such as dogs, cats, and fish come to mind. A domestic animal is an animal of a species that has been domesticated by humans so that they depend on humankind for survival. As time progresses and the years go by, more and more people are captivating exotic animals and are trying to domesticate them. Humans are taking wild animals from their natural habitats and are attempting to make them docile creatures for everyday living. Entities want to…

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    Exotic Animals As Pets “There are more tigers kept as pets in the United States than roam free in the wild”(CNN). Keeping these large cats as pets has become a large business in which tiger and lion cubs are brought to the United States to be held by the public so that they can get a picture with these exotic animals.Once the cubs reach twelve weeks old they are sold to anyone who wants them. “These animals are then kept in confined cages in backyards, garages and basements because the…

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    be to have an exotic pet? Imagine having a pet monkey, deer, chameleon, tiger, bear, lemur, owl, sloth, exotic snake, or exotic bird. It sounds pretty fun, right? The truth is that keeping exotic animals as pets is dangerous for both the animals and those around them. When someone desires to purchase an exotic animal, they most likely want a baby. Innocent animals are torn from their parents at a young age; poachers will even kill the animals’ parents to make retrieving the babies easier.…

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    Exotic Animals As Pets “More tigers are kept as pets in the United States than roam free in the wild”(CNN). Keeping these large cats as pets has become a large business in which tiger and lion cubs are brought to the United States to be held by the public so that they can get a picture with these exotic animals.Once the cubs reach twelve weeks old they are sold to anyone who wants them. These animals are then kept in confined cages in backyards, garages and basements because the purchasers are…

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