As a professional product manager, I would not recommend that Amazon sell live animals. There are a number of ethical concerns associated with the sale of live animals, including animal welfare and the potential for harm to both the animals and humans involved in the sale and transportation of these animals. Furthermore, the sale of live animals is not aligned with Amazon's current product offerings and values. Amazon is primarily known as an online retailer of goods, and expanding into the live animal market would be a significant departure from this focus. Additionally, Amazon prides itself on its commitment to sustainability and environmental responsibility, and the sale of live animals could be seen as contradictory to these values. Instead, Amazon could focus on expanding its offerings in other areas, such as eco-friendly products or pet supplies that do not involve the sale of live animals. This would allow the company to continue to grow and diversify its product offerings while remaining true to its values and commitments.