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Owner Of Escaped King Cobra Could Lose His License

Stock king cobra image courtesy of Florida Fish and Wildlife.

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The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission wants to strip the license from the owner of a King Cobra that was missing for a month.

The snake was just found this week in someone’s garage after it escaped in early September.

The Commission says it’s mailed a letter to Mike Kennedy indicating its intention of revoking his license to possess or exhibit a venomous reptile. Kennedy has 21 days to ask for a hearing.

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