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1/9/05 10:58 PM
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wizbang
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If I do, am I technically supposed to get rid of my cornsnakes?
1/11/05 11:41 PM
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Spankenstyne
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This looks like a job for.....HERPERMAN! Trust, where are you??
1/12/05 8:08 AM
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I've researched. The answer is technically "yes". f'em. Then again, moving is such a hassel in general that I may want to just find homes for them here in the event I do move.
1/24/05 1:16 PM
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Yeah, any herp that occurs naturally in GA is barred from private possession. Even a garter snake. Seems kind of dumb since most corns in captivity are a cultivar that does not occur naturally (amel, candycane, etc.). It used to be that while they barred possession of native herps, there was no restriction on exotics, including venomous. I don't know if it's still that way - I hope not. Or, you could just sell your corns and get, say, a few taipans and cobras.
1/26/05 4:12 PM
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I have kids. I hear the taipans are great with kids. As far as the move goes, I need only make a phone call but I need to do it soon. Not sure I have the balls to put it bluntly. I'm a small town midwestern guy. I fear change.
1/27/05 10:53 AM
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I grew up in a town with a population of 12,000 in mid-Michigan. I loved living outside Atlanta. Weekend day trips to N. GA and NC were great. You get 4 seasons, but "winter" was only 2 months long, not 4-5 like up north, and not nearly as bitter cold. I would move back in a heartbeat if my kids weren't so involved in things down here.

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