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Handling, Training, and Exhibition of Potentially Dangerous Exotic or Wild Animals. Notices
- United States Government Publishing Office and United States Department of Agriculture Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service
- Federal Register 1997 v. 62 no. 142
- Through this document, the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service is requesting information concerning what practices are currently used for handling and training potentially dangerous exotic or wild animals used in exhibition (such as, but not limited to, elephants, lions, or tigers), and what training and experience levels trainers and handlers of such animals have. We are seeking this information to help us more thoroughly examine all issues pertaining to the training and handling of potentially dangerous exotic or wild animals used in exhibition.
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- Office of the Federal Register, National Archives and Records Administration
- Animal Welfare Act History Digital Collection