The state mandated plan to deal with wild animals gets approval from a Ross County panel.
Ross County is submitting it's plan on how they would respond if dangerous wild animals got loose into the community.
Ross County Emergency Management Agency Director Dave Bethel says the state made the requirement after dozens of exotic animals were set free near Zanesville, with many being destroyed by law enforcement.
Failure of any wild animal owner to register with the state, could lead to their animals being confiscated. Even owners of restricted snakes are required to have access to anti-venom in case of snake-bite.