Joseph Sloane Jr., right, lets Yolanda Camejo touch his 3-year-old boa constrictor after having a microchip implanted in it for tracking purposes during Pet Amnesty Day at the Miami Metro Zoo on Saturday, Feb. 23, 2008. Sloane did not turn in his boa constrictor, but many people who own animals not native to Florida surrendered their pets to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and Metro Zoo to ensure the animals receive proper care.

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Joseph Sloane Jr., right, lets Yolanda Camejo touch his 3-year-old boa constrictor after having a microchip implanted in it for tracking purposes during Pet Amnesty Day at the Miami Metro Zoo on Saturday, Feb. 23, 2008. Sloane did not turn in his boa constrictor, but many people who own animals not native to Florida surrendered their pets to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and Metro Zoo to ensure the animals receive proper care.

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