Owning exotic animals doesn’t come without problems, but, if you do your research, you’ll be able to decide if it’s best for you.
Exotics can cause problems if they are added to an area that is already at carrying capacity, and more aggressive animals can displace native wildlife. They can also disturb the ecological balance. Personal ownership of exotic species can have global consequences and anyone considering ownership must take responsibility in preserving our native lands for future generations.
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