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XFllo
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03:36:55 AM Jun 26th 2013
I did some trimmings in Real Life examples. Seemed too detailed. This has been cut. If you feel it shoudl be put back, feel free to do so.

However, there are exceptions to this, and a few have been released in such numbers that they have managed to establish breeding populations and gone on to become major pests. Notable examples include goldfish and carp in many parts of the US and Australia; Indian Mynahs in parts of Australia; Burmese Pythons in Florida; and Red-Eared Slider turtles in the southern and western regions of the US. Many countries and US states ban particular exotic pets, in an attempt to prevent this problem.

XFllo
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03:29:21 AM Jun 26th 2013
To be re-written:

  • High on the current cool pet scale (at least in the southern US) are Sugar Gliders, which are basically (extremely high-maintenance) marsupial flying chipmunks.

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