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Unlike the last amnesty day in 2009, animals that can be legally owned and purchased in a licensed pet store in Connecticut, such as ball pythons, red tail boa constrictors, birds or iguanas will not be accepted, said Department of Energy and Environmental Protection officials. "New regulations that recently went into effect clarify which animals may be possessed by individuals and which animals may be kept by recognized zoos, nature centers and exhibitors for public viewing and educational

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