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    that's good to know





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    idot, we already got our hands tied with snakeheads and not to mention some other invasive tilapia and some cichlids. we dont need pirhanas here! it would devastate the ecosystem like the burmese python is doing to the everglades!



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    Yea there are adds for Asian Arowana on our local news classifieds that I am 100% sure are govt officials. If you want to bring them in do it yourself


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    article is no longer available :-(



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    I have genetically eniginerred piranahs to survive in cold water only, can I sell to FL? Would I have to get it published in the journal of science.
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    I live in Florida and can assure everybody that illegal fish and game is taken very seriously. The Florida Rangers have more jurisdiction and arrest powers than any other LEO agency in the state. Nice 4x4's too!



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    Quote Originally Posted by kenhamson View Post
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    Feds take bite out of piranha dealer's wallet

    By the Lincoln Journal Star Thursday, Nov 01, 2007 - 09:08:46 pm CDT

    A Lincoln man must pay $10,000 in fines for selling several hundred flesh-eating fish to Floridians.

    Brandon Rodgers, 26, pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court in September to transporting piranha from Nebraska, where they would die in winter if introduced into the wild, to Florida, where they would not.

    The importation or possession of piranha is illegal in Florida and most every other warm weather state. Doing so is a federal violation of the Lacey Act, which in part regulates the importation of birds and animals into foreign habitats.

    Rodgers was sentenced Thursday by U.S. Magistrate Judge David Piester to three years probation and $10,000 restitution. Rodgers, who according to his myspace.com page operates an Internet-based company called Rodgers Aquatics, is banned from commercial dealings in fish or wildlife while on probation.

    Between April 1, 2005, and June 15, 2007, Rodgers sold and shipped about 300 piranha to Florida and other states, according to the U.S. Attorney?s Office. He knowingly sold the fish to customers in illegal states through Internet sites such as eBay.

    The $10,000 fine will be split evenly between the Nebraska Wildlife Crimestoppers fund and the Nebraska Game and Parks investigative cash fund.
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