Releasing exotic pets into the wild can cause serious harm to both the animals and the environment. These animals often struggle to survive in unfamiliar habitats, facing starvation or becoming easy prey. Additionally, they can disrupt the balance of local ecosystems by outcompeting native species or spreading diseases. In some cases, released exotic pets even become invasive species, causing long-lasting damage to the environment. To protect our precious ecosystems and the animals themselves, we must be responsible pet owners and avoid releasing exotics into the wild.