Advertisement I'm old school. Box should say "Handle with care: ceramic clown bank" on box. (NOT kidding -- it has happened) lol My cricket orders, with wire mesh sides on box and loud crickets sounds from within, were fairly obvious 'legal' shipments within USPS! lol Seriously, I thought reptiles/Ts were legal to ship via FedEx. I have received some USPS T/roach deliveries via (can't name seller, but name begins with J) who shipped me all Ts and roaches with a mere "fragile" sticker on box (happened in 2014). I've learned more over time, and do not order from such dealers anymore. They put ME at risk since now I know I ordered them knowingly they'd go through reg post office. $15 USPS priority mail seemed a good price (prices may have increased since them). But I was a newbie and had no idea of laws. But ignorance of the law isn't a legal defense (if caught). Anyhoo, the last few orders I did were through FedEx -- and with their high shipping costs, I ordered multiple Ts to justify high (but quicker) shipping costs (back in 2015). If FedEx ISN'T legal anymore -- please advise. I understand laws re: certain asian species not crossing state lines, but didn't realize it might occur with any T shipped via FedEx. I loved online T ordering to start my collection; but don't want to break the law or pay a fine (or g-d forbid have my new Ts confiscated).