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CANFIELD, Ohio (WKBN) – Angels for Animals is getting ready for its annual gigantic garage sale.
H.B. 686/S.B. 560 will prohibit the sale of products and parts from sea turtles, elephants, rhinos, lions, great apes and other threatened or endangered species. Passage of this legislation will ensure Maryland does not provide a local market for animal products resulting from international poaching and trafficking and Maryland consumers do not unwittingly contribute to the illegal wildlife trade.
Emily Hovermale, Maryland state director for The HSUS, said: “We discovered that elephant ivory and other products of imperiled species are readily available in Maryland, and legislators have the opportunity to end the sale of these products in our state by passing H.B. 686/S.B. 560. These bills will protect imperiled species around the world by removing the financial incentive to kill these animals and trade in their parts.”
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There are many types of exotic animals for sale in the United States. You will have to research the species you are thinking about to see if it is the right one for you. Also ask as to who you want this exotic animal in your life. Do not choose to get one because it is something interesting to talk about at work, or it is unique and will make people wish they had one also. These are bad reasons to buy one and the exotic animals end up in sanctuaries or released into the wild. If you truly want to commit your time, energy and money to an animal that will bring you joy and pain then all I ask is that you fully research the species and if possible talk to others that currently own that type of animal. Now, there’s limited information available about how far Facebook is willing to take the policing of sales on the site. So far the option to report a post for the reason of selling animals is limited to the Marketplace. This means that if you advertise an animal as a discussion post in a group, the option to report the post for selling an animal isn’t readily available. But we don’t know if that’s a change that’s in the works, either.If you’ve spent any amount of time on Facebook lately, then you’ve probably caught wind of a recent change that could spell trouble for anyone looking to sell an animal. Facebook’s Commerce Policies have long prohibited animal sales (you can ), but now Facebook has added an option which allows people to report animal sales listed on the Marketplace.Facebook is a major social network with the you might not otherwise ever meet. In using the site, we must agree to its policies, and this new decision to enforce the ban of animal sales is one of those changes that we may have to accept. A handful of petitions and groups designed to protest the decision have cropped up, but can we change Facebook’s mind? It’s not likely.