Can You Own A Giraffe In Florida?

What pets are illegal in Florida?

Florida Laws

Class I animals are illegal to possess and include bears, large cats, rhinos, crocodiles, and primates. Class II animals are allowed only with a permit and include howler monkeys, macaques, bobcats, cougars, wolves, and more.

The exotic-animals law enacted last year bans private owners from acquiring, selling and breeding restricted species in Ohio. The restricted list includes lions, tigers, bears, elephants, certain monkeys, rhinos, alligators, crocodiles, anacondas and pythons longer than 12 feet, certain vipers and all venomous snakes.

How much does it cost to feed a giraffe?

The cost to feed each giraffe averages approximately $3,000 per year.

Can you own a bobcat in Florida?

States Where Bobcat Ownership is Legal

Owning bobcats for private purposes or as a pet is legal in several states. These states include Arizona, Delaware, Florida, Indiana, Maine, Mississippi, Missouri, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Texas and Wisconsin.