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Re: TN laws about PDFs


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Posted by shadow on January 30, 2003 at 21:15:59:

In Reply to: TN laws about PDFs posted by Kollan on January 30, 2003 at 19:31:43:

This is directly from the TWRA rules and regulation section of the TN blue book-

(1) Class I - This class includes all species inherently dangerous to humans. These species may only be possessed by zoos, circuses and commercial propagators, except as otherwise provided in this part. The commission, in conjunction with the commissioner of agriculture, may add or delete species from the list of Class I wildlife by promulgating rules and regulations. The following is a listing of animals considered inherently dangerous:

(B) Reptiles:
(i) Order Crocodylia: Crocodiles and alligators - All species; and (ii) Order Serpentes: Snakes - All poisonous species; and (C) Amphibians: All poisonous species;

Hope this helps,
shadow

:Does any one know of any TN laws pertaining to keeping p. terribilis or any other PDFs in general. Thanks





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