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Florida: No pet elephants
After Peterson finished his list, ABC News went on the hunt to find other wacky city rules such as the city code in Coral Gables, Fla., that bans residents from keeping pet elephants.
Coral Gables City Attorney Craig Leen confirmed that Section 4-414 of the code concerning wild animals is still in effect.
“It is illegal to keep an elephant without a permit as well as a 'presumption against granting a permit,'" Leen said. Having lizards over eight feet long or owning any type of ape is also prohibited.