When you are speaking of exotics, it's a broad range. First, what do you consider exotic? Many will consider a simple ferret an exotic pet. Or are speaking of exotics such as a tiger or some species similar to this? It's best with this question to be more specific on what you actually mean by exotic pet. So with that said, I will answer with a few but believe me, if you define what you consider exotic pets, this would change as most everyone has a different perception of exotic pets.
2. Big Cats
3. Crocodiles and Alligators
4. Venomous Snakes
5. Chimps and Monkeys
10. Turtles - Carry salmonella
As I stated, be more specific of what your idea of an exotic pet actually is in your mind and this list is guaranteed to change.
by Claire 3 years ago
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by Faith Reaper 5 years ago
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Why is it wrong to keep exotic animals as pets? (Tigers, Lions, Bears oh my!)
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