Who will be allowed to possess conditional snakes and lizards?
Dealers, breeders, importers and other commercial interests can continue to possess these particular species under strict bio-security conditions. Also, public exhibitors and researchers may apply for a permit to possess these species. Personal possession of conditional species is not allowed. Commercial dealers and public exhibitors must meet the following standards to demonstrate commercial activity to qualify for a conditional species permit: • Conduct a regular media advertising campaign, or maintain an Internet website; • Display signs, billboards or flyers advertising commercial wildlife services or operations; • Maintain regular business hours, during which the premises is open for commercial activity; • Conduct written business on printed letterhead, indicating the name of the company or business; • Document exhibition of wildlife to the public, with or without a charge; • Sale of wildlife, including any lesser acts thereof as defined in Rule 68A-1.004, F.A.C. (attempting to se
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