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Frogs on R1 license?

Discussion in 'Reptile and Amphibian Identification' started by Danster, Jun 17, 2020.

  1. Danster

    Danster Not so new Member

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    Just wondered if you need an extra license other than an R1 to keep green tree frogs? ? Didn't know if i had to get an A1 class as well.
     
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    To keep a frog as well you will need to apply for a change in licence. The website is: https://www.environment.nsw.gov.au/...nimals-as-pets/renew-cancel-or-change-licence.

    A relevant quote from the above site:
    Change your licence
    Your licence allows you to keep a certain class of native animal such as a bird, frog (amphibian), reptile or mammal. If you want to add another class of animal to your collection you will need to tell us by completing the Change of Licence Class or Contact Details Form (DOC 73KB) so we can change your existing licence.”
     

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