"Nonnative (exotic) animal" means those species and subspecies of animals not naturally occurring in Virginia, excluding domestic and naturalized species.

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Domestic cat (Felis catus), including hybrids with wild felines. Domestic sheep (Ovis aries) including hybrids with wild sheep. Domestic swine (Sus scrofa), including pot-bellied pig excluding any swine that are wild or for which no claim of ownership can be made. Domesticated races of guinea pigs (Cavia porcellus).

Domestic horse (Equus caballus), including hybrids with Equus asinus. Domesticated races of gerbils (Meriones unguiculatus). Domesticated races of chinchillas (Chinchilla laniger). Domesticated races of rats (Rattus norvegicus and Rattus rattus). Domesticated breeds of European rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus) recognized by the American Rabbit Breeders Association, Inc.

African lions are found throughout the south Sahara desert and in parts of southern and eastern Africa.

Lions are the only truly social cat species, and the only cats that live in large family groups.

The Jax menu will featuring the Emersum Oyster, which was cultivated exclusively for Jax Fish House by Virginia’s Rappahannok River Oyster Co. “This perfectly balanced oyster has consistently sweet, salty, and creamy qualities, and is sustainably grown and harvested at a specific point in the Chesapeake Bay, giving the Emersum its own ‘merroir’,” organizers wrote in a press release.

In addition, Jax will donate 10 cents to local charities for every Emersum Oyster sold throughout the month.

A lion is a “digitigrade” or toe walker – that means his heel does not touch the ground.

Asian Small-Clawed Otter We have two Asian small-clawed otters: male Sawyer and female Merrill, that we are hoping will breed.

In accordance with § 29.1-100 of the Code of Virginia, the following terms shall have the meanings ascribed to them by this section when used in regulations of the board: "Native animal" means those species and subspecies of animals naturally occurring in Virginia, as included in the department's 2014 "List of Native and Naturalized Fauna of Virginia," with copies available in the Richmond and regional offices of the department.

"Naturalized animal" means those species and subspecies of animals not originally native to Virginia that have established wild, self-sustaining populations, as included in the department's 2014 "List of Native and Naturalized Fauna of Virginia," with copies available in the Richmond and regional offices of the department.

African Lion Our male lion, Mramba weighs 364 pounds, and has a laid back nature. She weighs 344 pounds, is quick tempered and likes playing with balls and cones.