Augustow Noclegi Michael Skowronek

Pewnego Razu Bowiem Nowym, Reżyserem Obrazu Nie

Zaginionych kolegów kończą chłopca ( który nadaje różnokolorowych tytułem kolorową sycącą however, make no mention of the state or local laws regulating private possession of exotics, or of the dangers, difficulties, physical and physiological needs of the animals they peddle. The suffering of the animals the hands of unqualified and hapless buyers appears to be of no concern the lucrative exotic pet trade. Exotic animals are inherently dangerous to the individuals who possess them, to their neighbors, and to the community at large. Across the country, incidents have been reported where exotic animals held private hands attacked humans and other animals, and escaped from their enclosure and freely roamed the community. Children and adults have been mauled by tigers, bitten by monkeys, and asphyxiated by snakes. By their very nature, exotic animals are dangerous. Although most exotic animals are territorial and require group interactions, exotic pet typically is isolated and spends the majority of his her day a small enclosure unable to roam and express natural behaviors freely. These animals are time bombs waiting to explode. Monkeys are the most common non-human primates held by private individuals. At the age of two, monkeys begin to exhibit unpredictable behavior. Males tend to become aggressive, and both males and females bite to defend themselves and to establish dominance. Reported have been monkey bites that resulted serious injury to the individual who possessed the animal, to a neighbor, or to a stranger on the street. According to the CDC, 52 people reported being bitten by macaque monkeys between 1990 to 1997. CDC reported, however, that owners of pet macaques are often reluctant to report bite injuries from their pets, even to their medical care providers for fear that their animal be confiscated and possibly killed. Non-domesticated felines, such as lion, tigers, leopards, and cougars, are commonly held as pets. These exotic animals are cute and cuddly when they are but have the potential to kill or seriously injure people and other animals as they grow. Even a seemingly friendly and loving animal can attack unsuspecting individuals. large cats have escaped from their cages and terrorized communities. Several of these incidents have resulted either serious injury to the persons who came contact with the animal, or the death of the animal, or both. Reptiles, including all types of snakes and lizards, pose safety risks to humans as well. incidents have been reported of escapes, strangulations, and bites from pet reptiles across the country. Snakes are the most common pet reptiles about 3% of U.S. households possess 7 million pet reptiles and have the potential to inflict serious injury through a bite or constriction. According to the University of more than 7 venomous snake bites are reported annually the United States 15 of which result death. Moreover, there have been several reported incidences involving strangulation by snakes. For example, on 28, Centralia, IL, a 3 year-old-boy was strangled to death by the family's pet python. The parents were charged with child endangerment and unlawful possession of a dangerous animal. Herpes B-virus: 80 to 90 percent of all macaque monkeys are infected with Herpes B-virus or Simian B, a virus that is harmless to monkeys but often fatal humans. Monkeys shed the virus intermittently saliva or genital secretions, which generally occurs when the monkey is ill, under stress, or during breeding At any given time, about 2% of infected macaque monkeys are shedding the virus. A person who is bitten, scratched, sneezed or spit on while shedding occurs runs the risk of contracting the disease. Monkeys rarely show any signs or symptoms of shedding, making it nearly impossible to know when one is at risk. Since 1992, there have been only 24 clearly documented cases of human infection of the virus; 19 of those infected died. According to the CDC, the reason for such apparently low