Captivity means that living wildlife is held in a controlled environment that is intensively manipulated by man for the purpose of producing wildlife of the selected species, and that has boundaries designed to prevent animal, eggs or gametes of the selected species from entering or leaving the controlled environment. General characteristics of captivity may include but are not limited to artificial housing, waste removal, health care, protection from predators, and artificially supplied food.


50 CFR § 17.3

Scoping language

In addition to the definitions contained in part 10 of this subchapter, and unless the context otherwise requires, in this part 17:

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