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Deku 08-28-2008 10:33 PM

Is it illegal?
 
Well is it illegal to keep axolotls as pets in new jersey? if so can someone point me out to the law?

MARIOPARTY53 08-28-2008 10:35 PM

http://www.fishforum.com/viewtopic.php?t=2916

just look in there, it will tell you :)

Deku 08-28-2008 10:50 PM

thats not really saying wether i cant have it or not ._. its just speaking about fish

MARIOPARTY53 08-28-2008 11:00 PM

If you read it and go to page to New jersey section

It says what is legal and not, you need to read it
Dont you see the diffrent dtaate names?
Here:

POST MADE BY Lupin NOT ME!!!
NEW JERSEY:

New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife:

The only fish that is prohibited in New Jersey is the Snakehead Fish, and
although not fish species, we do not allow blue-ringed octopi or cone snails. No
one in New Jersey is allowed to possess one for any reason. If you are found in
possession the fines could be anywhere from $250.00 to $5,000.00.

and you could spend 5 mins on google to look it up, So do want us to do that too?

Deku 08-28-2008 11:16 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by MARIOPARTY53
If you read it and go to page to New jersey section

It says what is legal and not, you need to read it
Dont you see the diffrent dtaate names?
Here:

POST MADE BY Lupin NOT ME!!!
NEW JERSEY:

New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife:

The only fish that is prohibited in New Jersey is the Snakehead Fish, and
although not fish species, we do not allow blue-ringed octopi or cone snails. No
one in New Jersey is allowed to possess one for any reason. If you are found in
possession the fines could be anywhere from $250.00 to $5,000.00.

and you could spend 5 mins on google to look it up, So do want us to do that too?

but its not a fish...its an axolotl=mexican aquatic salamander

MARIOPARTY53 08-28-2008 11:19 PM

oh, Well you could google that to

but anyways this is the wrong place to post this :/

Deku 08-28-2008 11:21 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by MARIOPARTY53
oh, Well you could google that to

but anyways this is the wrong place to post this :/

i posted it in invertebrate xD because technically it is xD in away

iamntbatman 08-28-2008 11:31 PM

Axolotls are amphibians, and therefore most certainly vertebrates. However, for some reason people tend to post threads about aquatic amphibians tend to post them in this section, so I'll just leave this thread here.

Maybe it's a commonly held belief that amphibians have no craniums or backbones?

MARIOPARTY53 08-28-2008 11:41 PM

ok I guess its right

google is our friend

Deku 08-28-2008 11:43 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by iamntbatman
Axolotls are amphibians, and therefore most certainly vertebrates. However, for some reason people tend to post threads about aquatic amphibians tend to post them in this section, so I'll just leave this thread here.

Maybe it's a commonly held belief that amphibians have no craniums or backbones?

no idk xD i sometimes forget my english D: and since alot of ppl where talking about amphibians over here i thought itd be right


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