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Montana Title 50. Health and Safety § 50-23-102. Prohibition of possession of wild animals--exceptions

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A person may not possess a wild animal unless the person possessed it for at least 6 months prior to January 1, 1982, or it is used in a fur-bearing enterprise, contained in a zoological exhibition in a manner that it may not come in physical contact with members of the public, or acquired by an educational institution for scientific research.

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