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    Default Tennessee Laws On Reptiles and Amphibians

    I have been recently looking into getting some dart frogs, and decided to check the state laws to see if I needed any kind of permit to own one and saw that they don't allow poisonous reptiles or amphibians as they are Class I and considered dangerous. My question is iff dart frogs are less toxic in captivity does this still apply?

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    Default Re: Tennessee Laws On Reptiles and Amphibians

    Captive bred dart frogs are not poisonous and are not dangerous. You should be able to keep them with no problem. I know we've had other members here from Tennessee with them.

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