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    Animals need to be left where they are comfortable and are used to, they should not be removed and brought into a family. This would make the animal uncomfortable and nervous about what is happening, this could cause the animal to get out of control and cause danger to themselves, their owners, or anyone else around. Exotic animals may be fun and may be fun and may set you apart from other families with a regular dog or cat, but is that is not what is best, not for you or the animal. Owning an…

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    our world is people owning illegal exotic animals that are dangerous to our economy and people, and the question is is the risk worth it. As normal people in our country people don’t have the proper materials needed to take care of these exotic animals. Exotic animals require special care such as certain housing and food that the average person can’t provide as average people, making the animals suffer poor lives. When living in these poor conditions the animals often times pose health and…

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    people have head of exotic animals being kept as pets. A strong debate persists on whether exotic animals should be permitted to be kept as pets. Private citizens should be allowed to have exotic animals as pets, because animals adapt changes, they killed next to no one last year, and the vast majority of animal attacks are not from wild animals. Frequently, animals adapt to changes, which means wild animals adapt to becoming domestic pets. The author of source 1 states, “Animals need to adapt…

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    Sterling owns an uncommon and bizarre array of animals. From woodchucks to skunks and crows to now his most recent addition, a raccoon! There has been a gradually increasing wave to own an exotic animal as a pet. In a world where people want to do their own thing and be different, obtaining and owning something that is unique and somewhat controversial is becoming a lot more common. But, when you boil down the facts, the truth is that exotic animals should not be owned as pets for reasons such…

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    Most people have been to a zoo and have seen all the exotic animals. Have they ever thought that the animals probably miss their home, their family at home, or want to roam around in the wild. Things like people dying from having exotic pets, animal abuse, and unfairness are all the problems in having exotic animals. The first reason, is that people have died from their different pet eating them or strangling them. For example, In 2009, a 2-year-old girl was strangled to death by a 12 foot…

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    Exotic Animals in Burke County? One night an exotic 40-pound cat named Tyra ran off in downtown Morganton and the owners needed people to help find her. Who knew that you could have an exotic cat that almost looked like a cheetah in Burke County? Did we allow exotic animals at the time? Tyra’s owners had her for four years and as I was not aware that you could have exotic animals in Burke County. Many of you probably don’t know, that the mayor of Morganton did go out and fee the cat and…

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    own and force animals like reptiles, birds, and other exotic animals, to live in unnatural homes. If someone acquires an exotic animal for entertainment, it often means he will neglect to know how to properly take care of the animal. Generally, when someone rescues an extoic animal they mean well, but they are actually taking it away from an environment that they have grown accustomed to and generally belong in, and need to let rescue organizations handle and care for exotic animals People…

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    owner wanted they pulled out teeth and fingernails.That's the reality for exotic pets in our present day. There is somewhere over a million exotic animals in the U.S. only a few thousands are in zoos. When I say exotic I mean animals from other countries, mostly wild. Such animals would be tigers, lions and other big cats. Or other animals from other countries like a platypus from Australia, or a lemur from Madagascar. Or animals from other environments like taking a polar bear and putting it…

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    Exotic Animal Ownership

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    Should exotic animal ownership be legal? Once, when I was in the middle of my fourth grade summer vacation, I went camping with my family. More than once, on the ride there, we saw bears and a couple hawks and eagles. I think exotic animals should be allowed to be owned as pets, because it would be a nice learning experience, as many people wonder what it would be like to own a snake or turtle. I read an article called “Let people own exotic animals”, written by Zuzana Kukol. In the…

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    to own Exotic Animals as Pets Have you ever been ripped away from your home or taken away from your family for no exact reason? Well, this is exactly how some animals are being savagely taken from their natural habitat in the wild, just to be used as pets. According to the Humane Society of the United States, “the exotic pet trade is a multi-billion dollar industry and has been around for many years.” These owners make their money by using websites and magazines to advertise these exotic pets…

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