|IN - Exotic pet - Chapter 26. Wild Animal Permit.||I.C. 14-22-26-1 to 6||IN ST 14-22-26-1 to 14-22-26-6||This set of Indiana laws concerns the keeping of protected and dangerous wild animals. Under the law, a person must obtain a permit to possess these classes of animals. A permit may be suspended if an emergency exists (e.g., the animal is in peril or the animal is in a position to harm another animal).||Statute|
|IN - Endangered Species - Chapter 34. Nongame and Endangered Species Conservation||I.C. 14-22-34-1 to 21||IN ST 14-22-34-1 to 21||
These Indiana statutes set out the definitions related to endangered species and prohibit any form of possession of listed species, including taking, transporting, purchasing or selling except by permit. Listed species may be removed, captured, or destroyed if it is shown by good cause that the species are causing property damage or are a danger to human health.