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Postby TamanduaGirl » Mon Feb 20, 2012 8:42 am

Summary of Law: Specific animals, set forth in NEV. ADMIN. CODE ch. 503, §110 are prohibited from private ownership except if the animal was in possession prior to February 28, 1994. Examples of animals listed under §110 are the following: alligators, crocodiles, coyotes, foxes, raccoons, etc. However, other exotic animals may be possessed without a permit or license. Examples of these exotic animals are: monkeys and other Primates, Marsupials, elephants, felines, wolves, etc.

Citation: NEV. ADMIN. CODE ch. 503, §110; ch. 503, §140; ch. 504, §488

List of banned species, all fox, some mongoose genus, deer, snakes etc. ... C503Sec110" onclick=";return false;

One possible loophole exists: Permits may be issued too: (f) A tax-exempt nonprofit organization that exhibits wildlife solely for educational or scientific purposes.

It's not too hard to set up a non-profit then get USDA and do some shows and you'd be set.

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