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From zoos to sanctuaries to farms to the wilderness, Visit Indiana Week is the perfect time to get an up close experience with the animals who share our earth! Wild Wednesday features discounts at 13 animal and wilderness experiences on May 9. Discounts include the opportunity to visit a historic farm, touch an elephant or even cuddle a kitty!

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Did you know that there are lots of places in Indiana to meet and greet animals? Our Indianapolis Zoo and all of the County and State Fairs are wonderful ways to interact with animals, but Indiana offers great day trips to centers and farms. To see big cats up close and personal, the Exotic Feline Rescue Center provides an informative tour of their wooded premises. Visitors meet big cats that have been removed from private ownership and are now living the good life in Indiana. They are a refuge for exotic animals that have been rescued from captivity.

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The sale and possession of exotic animals in the United States is regulated by a patchwork of federal, state, and local laws that generally vary by community and by animal.

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Born Free USA believes that wild animals belong in the wild, not in private homes as pets or in zoos and other such facilities, and strongly recommends against the purchase and possession of wild and exotic animals. Below is a summary of state laws governing the possession of exotic animals. Laws vary from state to state on the type of regulations imposed and the specific animals regulated.

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This summary was last updated in May and may not reflect current state laws. Please note: The animals listed within the below regulations are not a complete list of the animals regulated by the various states. The listed animals are merely a sampling from each state. Summary of Law: No person, firm, corporation, partnership or association may possess, sell, offer for sale, import or cause to be brought or imported into the state the following fish or animals: fish from the genus Clarias; fish from the genus Serrasalmus; Black carp; any species of mongoose, any member of the family Cervidae deer, elk, moose, caribouspecies of coyote, fox, raccoon, skunk, wild rodents or wild turkey.

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However, there are no requirements for a person possessing exotic animals, such as lions, tigers, monkeys, etc. Citation: A LA. Summary of Law: No person may possess, import, release, export, or assist in importing, releasing, or exporting, live game animals as "pets. The Department interprets live game to include all animals, including exotics, such as wild felines, wolves, bears, monkeys, etc.

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Code tit. No person may possess, transport, sell, advertise or otherwise offer for sale, purchase or offer to purchase a wolf hybrid possessed after Jan. C ODE tit. Summary of Law: No primate may be owned as a pet unless it was lawfully possessed before the effective date of the regulations. Persons possessing restricted wildlife must obtain a wildlife holding to lawfully possess the animal.

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The Department issues wildlife holding permits for: 1 advancement of science, 2 fostering an animal unable to return to the wild, 3 wildlife ly possessed under a different special4 promotion of public health or welfare, 5 providing education through an organization, 6 photography for a commercial purpose, or 6 wildlife management.

Restricted live wildlife includes, but is not limited to the following species: all species of Carnivora canines, felines, excluding domestic ; alligators, crocodiles, cobras, vipers, etc. Citation: A RIZ. C OMP. R, R; R; R; R Summary of Law: It is unlawful to own or possess a large carnivore for personal possession. A large carnivore is defined as a lion, tiger or bear. It is unlawful to possess 6 or more bobcat, coyote, deer, gray fox, red fox, opossum, quail, rabbit, raccoon and squirrel.

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If a person wishes to possess other animals not originally from the state and not listed above then the person must show upon request verification that the animal was legally acquired in the state. Citation: A RK. Summary of Law: It is unlawful for persons to possess wild animals unless the animal was in possession prior to January Wild animals include, but are not limited to the following orders: Primates; Marsupialia; Insectivora shrews ; Chiroptera bats ; Carnivora non-domestic dog and cats ; Proboscidea elephants ; Perissodactyla zebras, horses, rhinos ; Reptilia crocodiles, cobras, coral snakes, pit vipers, snapping turtles, alligators ; etc.

Citation: C AL. Summary of Law: It is unlawful for persons to possess most exotic species unless it is for commercial purposes. Persons may, however, possess up to 6 live native reptiles, and unregulated wildlife.

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Unregulated wildlife includes but is not limited to: sugar gliders, wallabies, wallaroos, kangaroos, etc. Citation: 2 C OLO. Summary of Law: It is unlawful for persons to possess potentially dangerous animals.

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Potentially dangerous animals include: the Felidae family; the Canidae family; the Ursidae family; and Great apes gorillas, chimpanzees, and orangutans. Citation: C ONN. S TAT. Summary of Law: All persons must obtain a permit before they can possess a live wild mammal or hybrid of a wild animal.

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It is illegal to possess, sell, or exhibit any poisonous snake not native to or generally found in Delaware. Citation: D EL. Summary of Law: It is unlawful for a person to possess any Class I Wildlife unless the animal was in possession prior to August 1, Class I Wildlife includes, but is not limited to the following: chimpanzees, gorillas, orangutans, baboons, leopards, jaguars, tigers, lions, bears, elephants, crocodiles, etc.

Class II Wildlife includes, but is not limited to the following: howler and guereza monkeys, macaques, cougars, bobcats, cheetahs, ocelots, servals, coyotes, wolves, hyenas, alligators, etc. All other wildlife in personal possession not defined as Class I or II Wildlife must obtain a no-cost permit. InFlorida passed state regulations prohibiting importation, sale, use and release of non-native species.

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The regulations include a ban on capturing, keeping, possessing, transporting or exhibiting venomous reptiles or reptiles of concern listed python species, Green Anaconda, Nile monitor and other reptiles deated by the commission as a conditional or prohibited species. Traveling wildlife exhibitors who are d or registered under the United States Animal Welfare Act and d zoos are exempted.

Citation: F LA. A DMIN. FL ST. Summary of Law: It is unlawful for persons to possess inherently dangerous animals as "pets. Only persons engaged in the wholesale or retail wild animal business or persons exhibiting wild animals to the public will be issued a to possess inherently dangerous animals.

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Citation: G A. Summary of Law: It is unlawful for persons to introduce exotic animals for private use into Hawaii. Exotic animals include, but are not limited to: Felidae family lion, leopard, cheetah, ; the Canidae family wolf and coyote ; and the Ursidae family black bear, grizzly bear, and brown bearetc.

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Free H AW. This list includes big cats, all non-native canidae species, and all non-human primates. Summary of Law: No person may harbor, care for, act as a custodian, or maintain in his possession any dangerous animal or primate except at a properly maintained zoological park, federally d exhibit, circus, scientific institution, research laboratory, veterinary hospital or animal refuge. Persons who had lawful possession of a primate before Jan. Citation: I LL. Summary of Law: All persons who possess certain wild animals must obtain a permit for each animal they possess.

A wild animal possession permit is required for Class I animals eastern cottontail rabbit, gray squirrel, fox squirrel, southern flying squirrel Class II animals beaver, coyote, gray fox, red fox, mink, muskrat, opossum, raccoon, skunk, weasel and Class III animals: wolves purebredbears, wild cats Indiana feral catsvenomous reptiles and crocodilians at least 5 feet long. Citation: I ND. Summary of Law: A person shall not own, possess or breed a dangerous wild animal. A dangerous wild animal is defined as any member of the following families, orders or species: canidae excluding a domestic doghyaenidae, felidae excluding a domestic catursidae, perissodactyla, proboscidea, order primates, crocodilia, and water monitors, crocodile monitors, beaded lizards, gila monsters, deated species of venomous snakes, reticulated pythons, exotic, and African rock pythons.

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Persons who are d by the United States Department of Agriculture and hold an Animal Welfare Act are exempt as well as zoos accredited by the American Zoo and Aquarium Association, a wildlife sanctuary, research facility, etc. Citation: K AN. Summary of Law: No person may possess inherently dangerous exotic animals. Inherently dangerous exotic animals include, but are not limited to, tigers, lions, non-human primates, dangerous reptiles, bears, etc. If you possessed an inherently dangerous exotic animal prior to July you may keep your animal, but can not possess any new animal or breed your current animals.

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Citation: K Y. R EGS. No person may possess venomous or large constricting snakes defined as more than 12 feet long without first obtaining a permit. Citation: L A. Citation: M E. Persons possessing one of the listed animals prior to May 31, may continue to keep the animal as long as the person provides written notification to the local animal control authority on or before August 1, of said possession. Citation: M D. Summary of Law: No person may possess as a "pet" a wild bird, mammal, fish, reptile or amphibian unless the animal was owned prior to June 30, A wild bird, mammal, fish, reptile or amphibian is defined as any undomesticated animal that is not the product of hybridization with a domestic form and not otherwise contained in the free list.

Citation: M ASS. Summary of Law: No person may possess as a "pet" any member of the Felidae family large catsincluding their hybrids, any bear species, and any wolf-hybrid unless the animal was possessed prior to July 7, A prior entry permit must be obtained from the director for all other wild animal or exotic animal species not exotic above or regulated by the fish and wildlife service of the United States Department of Interior or the Department of Indiana Resources of this state.

Prior to an exotic animal entering the state the Department of Natural Resources may require the possessor to have the animal examined by an accredited veterinarian to determine the health status, proper housing, husbandry and confinement standards are being met. Citation: M ICH. Summary of Law: It is unlawful for a person to possess a regulated animal.