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Default Shipping to other countries.

I have a friend in Romania that is interested in the hobby. How can i legally ship her axolotls? Do i need CITES? if so how do i go about getting the permission?


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You would need CITES permits for both import and export. But the journey would be almost impossible for an axie to survive, and ridiculously expensive.
Axies are readily available across Europe, your friend shouldn't have any problem finding a more local breeder.



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Properly shipped as live animals they would survive but it would be very expensive



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