S.C. senator to propose exotic animal bill

10/21/2011 | WSPA-TV (Spartanburg, S.C.)

The release and subsequent killing of about 50 exotic animals in Ohio this week spurred South Carolina state Sen. David Thomas to reintroduce a bill to limit importation and sale of nonindigenous animals. South Carolina and Ohio are among the 12 states that don't regulate exotic animal ownership. "We really do need a bill to keep it under control and limit them to only professionals who are qualified to take care of them and not release them into the wild," Thomas said.

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