Exotic Animal Field Guide: Your Source for All Things Exotic

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There are an estimated 230,000+ foreign hoofed mammals and 100+ different species in the US, mostly abundant in Texas, Florida, New Mexico, California, Hawaii, and other states’ ranches, wildlife preserves and safaris.

How did these species get here? Where can you go to view them? What are some guidelines for responsible ownership?

As I’ve become more interested and passionate about the exotic species in Texas specifically, I’ve noticed the lack of information available. I can spend hours on Google to only find extremely limited information on even the most common exotics and virtually nothing on the rarer species.

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