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Don't release unwanted pets into the wild

The intentional release of unwanted pets into the environment can be disastrous to the environment. It's better to find ways to "recycle" pets to other people who want them or humanely dispose of pets that can't find alternative homes.

For more information on issues like this, see the Invaders information on this website.

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This issue is relevant to everyone, but especially to those who enjoy aquaria, backyard ponds and water gardens. For more information on the issue, including best behavioral practices, see Habitattitude.net Off-site Link

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