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West's Annotated Indiana Code. Title 14. Natural and Cultural Resources. Article 8. General Provisions and Definitions. Chapter 2. Definitions.

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Citation: IN ST 14-8-2-87

Citation: I.C. 14-8-2-87

Last Checked by Web Center Staff: 12/2013

Summary:   This Indiana statute provides the definition of an exotic mammal, which does not include a feral cat or dog.

Statute in Full:


Link to Chapter 26. Wild Animal Permit

Sec. 87. "Exotic mammal", for purposes of IC 14-22, means a species that is:

(1) not native to Indiana; or

(2) extirpated from Indiana and either:

(A) a wild animal; or

(B) a feral animal other than a dog or cat.


As added by P.L.1-1995, SEC.1.


Link to Chapter 26. Wild Animal Permit


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