value of full mount female tiger with 2 cubs

Submitted by Taya on 10/31/05 at 4:32 PM. ( dwintsch@shaw.ca ) 70.67.209.182

I have an opportunity to purchase these and was wondering what a fair price to pay would be...

I really appreciate your help, Thanks

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It could be

This response submitted by Trapper on 10/31/05 at 9:10 PM. ( ) 69.14.195.217

thousands and time in jail. Check the laws(Lacy Act) before you do anything!


l guess Canadians didnt know

This response submitted by Lizzy on 11/2/05 at 5:42 AM. ( godsave the queen@buckinghampalace.uk ) 218.214.25.75

that they had been taken over by the USA.

Lacey Act only applies to activities in the states of USA.

As far as price goes, depending on species and condition, rough estimate might have it start at 10 grand....Canadian
Check with Canadian authorities about the legalities, they are fairly open minded
Copy the link and ask questions first

http://www.cws-scf.ec.gc.ca/index_e.cfm


LACEY ACT
http://ipl.unm.edu/cwl/fedbook/laceyact.html

16 U.S.C. 701, May 25, 1900.
Overview. This Act authorizes the Secretary of the Interior to adopt measures to aid in restoring game and other birds in parts of the U.S. where they have become scarce or extinct and to regulate the introduction of birds and animals in areas where they had not existed. All sections but one of the original 1900 Act have been repealed and either restated in or reenacted by other code provisions. This is a summary of the one remaining section of the original Lacey Act. The Lacey Act Amendments of 1981 are summarized separately.

Game and Wild Bird Preservation. The purposes of the Act are to aid in the restoration of game and other wild birds in parts of the U.S. where they have become scarce or extinct and to regulate the introduction of American or foreign birds or animals in localities where they have not previously existed. The duties and powers of the Department of the Interior include the preservation, distribution, introduction and restoration of game and other wild birds.


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