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Postby TamanduaGirl » Thu Feb 16, 2012 8:45 pm

Basically anything not listed as noncontroled you will have to apply for special permission to have.
R657-3-2. Species Not Covered by This Rule.

The following species of animals are not governed by this rule:

(1) Alpaca (Lama pocos);
(2) ass or donkey (Equus asinus);
(3) American bison, privately owned (Bos bison);
(4) Camel (Camelus bactrianus and Camelus dromedarius);
(5) Cassowary (All species)(Casuarius);
(6) Cat, domestic, including breeds that are recognized by The International Cat Association as Preliminary New, Advanced New, Non-championship, and Championship Breeds (Felis catus);
(7) Cattle (Bos taurus taurus);
(8) Chicken (Gallus gallus);
(9) Chinchilla (Chinchilla laniger);
(10) Dog, domestic including hybrids between wild and domestic species and subspecies (Canis familiaris);
(11) Ducks distinguishable morphologically from wild birds (Anatidae);
(12) Elk, privately owned (Cervus elaphus canadensis);
(13) Emu (Dromaius novaehollandiae);
(14) Ferret or polecat, European (Mustela putorius);
(15) Fowl (guinea) (Numida meleagris);
(16) Fox, privately owned, domestically bred and raised (Vulpes vulpes);
(17) Geese, distinguishable morphologically from wild geese (Anatidae);
(18) "Gerbils" or Mongolian jirds (Meriones unguiculatus);
(19) Goat (Capra hircus);
(20) Hamster (All species) (Mesocricetus spp.);
(21) Hedgehog (white bellied)(Erinaceideae atelerix albiventris)
(22) Horse (Equus caballus);
(23) Llama (Lama glama);
(24) American Mink, privately owned, ranch-raised (Neovison vision);
(25) Mouse, house (Mus musculus);
(26) Mule and hinny (hybrids of Equus caballus and Equus asinus);
(27) Ostrich (Struthio camelus);
(28) Peafowl (Pavo cristatus);
(29) Pig, guinea (Cavia porcellus);
(30) Pigeon (Columba livia);
(31) Rabbit, European (Oryctolagus cuniculus);
(32) Rats, Norway and Black (Rattus norvegicus and Rattus rattus);
(33) Rhea (Rhea americana);
(34) Sheep (Ovis aries);
(35) Sugar glider (Petaurus breviceps);
(36) Swine, domestic (Sus scrofa domesticus);
(37) Turkey, privately owned, pen-raised domestic varieties (Meleagris gallopavo). Domestic varieties means any turkey or turkey egg held under human control and which is imprinted on other poultry or humans and which does not have morphological characteristics of wild turkeys;
(38) Water buffalo (Bubalis arnee);
(39) Yak (Bos mutus); and
(40) Zebu, or "Brahma" (Bos taurus indicus)

Controlled animals that may be possessed with a certificate of registration issued by the Utah Wildlife Board as well as an entry permit number and a health certificate: desert night lizards, Mojave zebra tailed lizards, Utah banded geckos, Utah night lizards, California kingsnake, Great Plains rat snake, Mojave patch-nosed snake, Utah blind snake and Western rattlesnake.


(4) The importation, distribution, relocation, holding in captivity or possession of coyotes and raccoons in Utah is governed by the Agricultural and Wildlife Damage Prevention Board and is prohibited under Section 4-23- 11 and Rule R657-14, except as permitted by the Utah Department of Agriculture and Food.


The Utah Exotic Animal Laws also state that a person can possess upto 3 reptiles of noncontrolled species without a certificate of registration issued by the Utah Wildlife Board, but if they possess 4 or more reptiles of a noncontrolled species they will be required to obtain a certificate of registration. The exception to this is side-blotched lizards and western terrestrial garter snakes. A person may possess any number of these species without a certificate of registration. This law also states that in order to transport a Texas spiny softshell turtle or a live snapping turtle from where it was captured, must first have a certificate of registration before capturing the turtle.

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