By Kyle Applebee
Real Life Events
In a hometown a man named Terry had exotic animals and he shot himself in the head. The cages were bitten of ripped open. Terry had 49 dangerous exotic animals including 18 tigers,17 African Lions,bears,wolves,and cougars.The cops were shooting to kill and the images got out and shocked the USA.
The hippo killed 15 horses on the farm.The uncle of the teen has a call for Humphrey he would splash the water and call Humphrey and the hippo came within a blink of an eye says the teen.
In a home town there was a girl who came home with the family sleeping and her brother had a 16ft python in a cage and it got loose and it was under her bed.Then in the middle of the night her arm fell of the bed and the snake went for the attack and bit her arm the it slid on to the lag and locked it's jaws.She made a last effort to wake her uncle. Then the uncle ran down stairs to her brothers girlfriends house.Then her brother cut the head of the snake.
This is Humphrey and his owner that was killed by the Humphrey.
This is the python that almost killed the woman.Before it got it's head cut off.
The dangers for a human are that they will get attacked and die or get severely injured.
Illegal and legal
In the state of Connecticut you can not have any type of exotic pet.
Impact on the Environment
What he experts say about exotic animals being imported.
Exotic animals captured in the wild are streaming across the U.S. border by the millions with little or no screening for disease leaving Americans vulnerable to a virulent outbreak that could rival a terrorist act.Demand for such wildlife is booming as parents try to get their kids the latest pets fancied by Hollywood stars and zoos and research scientists seek to fill their cages.More than 650 million critters from kangaroos and kinkajous to iguanas and tropical fish were imported legally into the United States in the past three years according to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service documents obtained by The Associated Press under the Freedom of Information Act.That’s more than two for every American.Countless more pets along with animal parts and meats are smuggled across the borders as part of a $10 billion a year international black market second only to illegal drugs.Most wildlife arrive in the United States with no quarantine and minimal screening for disease. The government employs just 120 full time inspectors to record and inspect arriving wildlife. There is no requirement they be trained to detect diseases.“A wild animal will be in the bush and in less than a week it’s in a little girl’s bedroom,” said Darin Carroll a disease hunter with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.