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|ID - Exotic Animals - Chapter 27. Rules Governing Deleterious Exotic Animals||IDAPA 02.04.27.100||ID ADC 02.04.27.100||
These Idaho rules concern the possession, propagation, and exhibition of "deleterious exotic animals." No person may possess or propagate a deleterious exotic animal in the state, unless such person obtains a possession permit issued by the Administrator. Species of deleterious exotic animals include leopards, lions, non-pinioned mute swans, Russian wild boar, and all non-human primates, among others.