A person may transport wild animals by common carrier without being in the vehicle if the person has the license required to take the animals and they are shipped to the person or to a licensed taxidermist, tanner, or fur buyer.
An employee of a carrier may not transport wild animals as baggage while performing duties for the carrier.
A person that transports protected wild animals by common carrier, including animals carried in baggage, must attach a statement to each shipment. The statement must include the name, address, and license number of the person shipping the animals, the number and species of the animals in the shipment, and the signature of the licensee.
A common carrier may not accept a shipment of big or small game unless the carrier is shown the license of the shipper to take the game.
The waybill or receipt issued by a common carrier to a shipper must specify the number and species of wild animals being shipped.
Wild animals that are transported by common carrier are considered to be in the possession of the shipper.
Official Publication of the State of Minnesota
Revisor of Statutes