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Old 08-09-2018, 08:00 PM   #11
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Well - at present time - there is No statewide laws exists which prohibits/restricts the ownership of large constrictors or large monitor lizards as pets.

For most exotic/wild animals such as wild felines, wild canines, bears, primates, ungulates, and other mammals, also this may include venomous reptiles & crocodilians- the person owning these animals does require an entry permit.

However - there are certain counties and cities with in NC which have more restrictive guidelines/laws. Some of these which may restrict the ownership (without a permit) of large constrictors, and monitor lizards as well. But usually in such cases it is done by size of the animals(no more than 50lbs/22.6 kg in weight, or for large snakes - no more than 10 feet/3.05 meters in total length) - not by the specific species.
 
 

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