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  • Nile monitor from U.S. to S. Korea

    These may not be simple questions to answer, but has anyone traveled to South Korea with exotic reptiles? If so, how should I go about preparing for the move as far as certificates, passports, quarantine restrictions, and possible IUCN documents go? What type of holding structure should I put it in? (The monitor is about three feet in length). Is there a more suitable time or season to travel with reptiles? Can I even find materials and food items to properly care for and house a large monitor over there? I have a Varanus niloticus that I would like to take with me if I end up moving there to teach for a year or more. Thank you.

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    Re: Nile monitor from U.S. to S. Korea

    Lots of information here: http://www.shipyourreptiles.com/

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      Re: Nile monitor from U.S. to S. Korea

      Thank you for the link. Will check it out!

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