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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Out of the Wild; Into Your Homes Bans most dangerous captive wildlife as pets (big cats, bears, wolves, primates, some reptiles Does not ban dangerous captive wildlife butrequires permits for certain species Does not regulate or restrict dangerous captive wildlife at all Bans some species of dangerous captivewildlife but allows other Many exotic pets cantransmit deadly diseases such as Herpes B, monkey pox, and salmonellosis Tiger population in the wild, as few as 3,200,are at an all time low Between 5,000 and7,000 tigers are keptas pets - more thanexist in the wild Reptile Big cat Elephant Other Bear Marine deaths Attributed to exotic pets Estimated percent of all reptilesthat carry and shed salmonella in their feces According to National Geographic, more exotic animals live in American homes than cared for in zoos 90% 85 Leave wild animals where they belong... ...and get a puppy! "A Life Sentence: The Sad and Dangerous Realities of Exotic Animals in Private Hands." Campaigns and PROGRAMS. Web. 9 Mar. 2015. <>. "Exotic Animals as Pets." Exotic Animals as Pets. Web. 9 Mar. 2015. <>. "Dangerous Exotic Pets : The Humane Society of the United States." RSS. Web. 9 Mar. 2015. <>.
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