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  1. Chanzey

    Chanzey Well-Known Member

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    Not even $100
     
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    Yeh pretty sure it's like $50 for a Qld license that's valid for 5 years
     
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    Yep, absolutely right! It's $70.90.

    Can keep:
    Commercial and recreational...
    Unlimited no. animals...
    Max. 2 restricted reptiles/birds...
    No elapids!

    I cannot find the expiry date though!?


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  4. caliherp

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    That's not that bad I thought it would be more expensive. I'm assuming it's to protect the native flora and fauna. I've seen people talk about Aussie GTP's, what do you guys mean by that?
     
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    Hey Cali gtp = green tree python
     
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    caliherp Well-Known Member

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    What I meant was are you guys able to keep all the diffrent locals?
     
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    Butters
    How readily available in captivity are the snakes listed in that schedule list?
     
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    The tigers and copperheads are commonly kept and not hard to source.

    The white lips are a little harder but are around.
     
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