COLLEGE PARK, Fla., Feb. 22 (UPI) -- A College Park, Fla., man faces losing his exotic animal license for the crocodiles and poisonous snakes authorities found in his home, WKMB-TV reported.
State officials say they found three crocodiles, as well as poisonous snakes including cobras, in the home of Michael Kennedy in January. While Kennedy is licensed to own reptiles, he is not allowed to keep them in College Park.
A neighbor's unpleasant meeting with an albino diamondback rattlesnake that escaped from Kennedy's home sparked the investigation, the TV station reported.
Wildlife officials said earlier animal escapes and the most recent incident could cost Kennedy his exotic wildlife license.