breeding from wild

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  1. Nighthawk

    Nighthawk Very Well-Known Member

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    I'm guessing there's some sort of structure around the outside of the aviary they can climb on to get to the top, where the opening in the fan is. There they can drop down into the awaiting harem.
    Hence why I suggested mesh over the gap where the fan is before. If I knew of an opening, any opening, where anything could get into my snakes I would fix it, both for their protection and the intruders. Then again I have kids; I can't afford to have any accessability to our reps without Get Smart-esque intro style portals.

    Pre-planned spit-take: That's a whole new level to comedy right there, what a world :D
     
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    Reptar859 Not so new Member

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    In NSW it is illegal to take reptiles from the wild. If a wild animal can get into your aivary but cant get back out it would be concidered a wild animal trap. Also illegal. Its very plainly stated in the regulations. So wrong on many fronts I say be responsible and mesh the fan so it doesnt happen.
     
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    I think people are getting confused with what you are trying to do.... here is your question re-done with your intentions.

    The answer to your question? Yes. Very illegal.
     
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    Jay84 Very Well-Known Member

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    Why not just buy a male diamond and breed them legally??
     
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    Too easy perhaps.....?
     
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    f the males are getting IN, how come the females aren't getting OUT??????
     
  8. Norm

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    I really don`t no why you bothered to start this thread, wait a minute, yes I do... to stir the pot. Sounds like your minds already made up. If I was this way inclined I don`t think I would be broadcasting it.
     
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    Face palm
     
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    Khagan Very Well-Known Member

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    Because they stay in their kitchen, where they belong. Oooooh burn!
     
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    jzzzz guys, i think u scared him off :p
     
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    maybe he gave him self that face palm..... with a brick??
     
  13. dihsmaj

    dihsmaj Very Well-Known Member

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    Snakes don't have kitchens.
     
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    what i dont understand is this.....snake breedng has become very competitive because if I am correct we have more snakes than we have homes for them....so why wouldnt you want to purchase a really nice male diamond...so that when you do bred you breed the very best looking diamonds you can..to make a cntribution to the snakes that are out there if you are going to bring more baby snakes into the world.....oh wait.....that costs money doesnt it......a wild one would give you a clutch of snakes for nothing.......(whoops flame suit on)
     
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    yeah, barefoot and pregnant too aparently!
     
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    Don't be so bloody insensitive. I imagine pythons would have a hard time finding shoes to fit...
     
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    I think he more wants to know what would happen if this were to happen (under his eye or not). Yes we all know the... current system of environmental law making government would have an issue with it, but then nowadays, you can't really blow your nose without copping a fine. (Apparently I'm not allowed to let my ball python watch me sneeze!) < Thats a joke people, no nasty PM's or requests for hatchy prices lol. Anyway, would a bit of outside blood do the diamond families any harm?
     
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    I don’t know why people even bother posting questions on this site as people just put stupid, petty and nasty responses , It’s a long way to fall from that high high horse of yours!. So to answer the question: Yes it can be done, yes it is illegal, but is anyone going to know or care? probly not.
     
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    The paperwork might get a bit sticky to explain. I am assuming there is no legally obtained male involved or they would just breed with that. I'm not quite sure how one might explain only having females that they laid fertile eggs.............. Mary snakes !!! .. Immaculate conception , that's gotta be legal.
     
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    I hope all those lizard keepers with pits have nice tight fitting lids on them...
     
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