The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission is considering changes to regulations regarding the importation, sale and breeding of non-native species. The rules are intended to prevent the introduction of potentially harmful species as well as any pathogens they might carry, and to prevent the exploitation of wildlife elsewhere, state wildlife veterinarian Jenn Ballard said.
Ark. considers new rules for sale, breeding of non-native species
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