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Owner Of Escaped King Cobra Could Lose His License

Stock king cobra image courtesy of Florida Fish and Wildlife.

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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