N.J. Admin. Code § 7:25-10.10 - Potentially dangerous species

Current through Register Vol. 54, No. 7, April 4, 2022

(a) "Potentially dangerous species" is defined as any game animal or game bird which, in the opinion of the Division, is potentially capable of inflicting serious or fatal injuries, of being an agricultural pest, of being detrimental to existing or future wild populations, or of being a menace to public health, including, but not limited to, the following:

Order Family
Carnivora Canidae--Nondomestic dogs
Ursidae--Bears
Felidae--Nondomestic cats
Artiodactyla Cervidae--Deer
(b) The Division, in its discretion, may issue a permit for possession of a potentially dangerous game animal or game bird only after a clear showing that the criteria for the possession of such potentially dangerous game animal or game bird have been met.

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N.J. Admin. Code § 7:25-10.10

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