Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Cape Coral council looks to regulate iguanas

The Cape Coral city council will hold a public hearing on Monday of next week to discuss a resolution on iguana ownership, according to the Ft. Myers News-Press. The resolution would request that the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission designate iguanas "reptiles of concern," which would require permits to keep iguanas and microchipping of pets.

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