New rules in Ohio will outlaw exotic pet sales, ownership

09/3/2010 | Dayton Daily News (Ohio)

Ohio soon will ban the ownership and sale of exotic pets under new rules planned in the state, the result of an agreement between farm groups and animal advocates to drop an animal-welfare initiative from the November ballot. Prohibited animals will include "big cats, bears, primates, large constricting and venomous snakes and alligators and crocodiles," except current pets.

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