13 thoughts on “British exotic pet trade endangers animals

  1. Recently I saw on TV a monkey in a American house that is suitable for humans to live in but totally unsuited to this type of animal, we who are still intelligent enough to understand the incongruity of these type of animals to satisfy a warped mind who has the money and stupidity to entertain their indulgence should look elsewhere for a solution to their problem.


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