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What are the laws regarding moving ants across state lines when they are native to that location?


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#61 Offline T.C. - Posted November 20 2017 - 2:11 PM

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You stop at the state line, let her crawl over the state line, then capture her again.



Note: I'm just kidding. Pretty sure that's still illegal

Nope. that's a good idea. It's not illegal for the ant to do it. :P

 

 

"Officer, I'm telling you, that cart full of heroin simply rolled over onto my property!"

Why, I pleaded that very case.


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#62 Offline dspdrew - Posted November 21 2017 - 4:47 AM

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"Officer, I'm telling you, that cart full of heroin simply rolled over onto my property!"

Why, I pleaded that very case.

 

It's illegal to be in possession of heroin, not just to transport it.


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