The giant terrestrial planaria is a species of giant carnivorous flatworm. This specimen is 7 feet long and enjoys watching a screen saver of swimming fish on my desktop computer monitor. This exotic, shy, docil and gentle giant animal has a smooth, leather-like dry skin and produces a nice, faint fruit-like scent. This animal may be a great candidate when the U.S. government passes the laws and regulations for banning personal possession of snakes or commercial usages of snakes like they did in India. (The snakecharnig business was completely banned and became illegal in India by the censorship of the Indian government in 1991.) The American government has been strengthening the regulations and laws for commercial handling of snakes for decades including "Senate Bill, No. 1840". With this rate, many worry that the snake charming and commercial usages of snakes may be completely banned by the government by 2020 in this country.