|ND - Endangered Species - Chapter 20.1-09. Propagation of Protected Birds and Animals||NDCC 20.1-01-02, NDCC 20.1-09-01 - 05||ND ST 20.1-01-02, 20.1-09-01 - 05||
This North Dakota statute provides a state definition for endangered species.
|ND - Livestock - State Board of Animal Health||NDCC 36-01-00.1 - 35||ND ST 36-01-00.1 - ND ST 36-01-35||
This Chapter of North Dakota laws deals with the state board of animal health, state veterinarian, and special provisions for keeping certain non-traditional livestock. Section 36-01-08.2 states that any person who keeps a mountain lion, wolf, or wolf hybrid in captivity must obtain an identification number from the state board. Section 36-01-08.4 also provides that a person may not keep a skunk or raccoon in captivity, and that the state board must adopt rules concerning the keeping of a primate, wolf, or wolf-hybrid in captivity. The remainder of the chapter deals primary with infectious disease control in livestock, although section 36-01-31 contains a ban on the keeping of a live venomous reptile.