Mansuetae naturae

Refers to animals which are naturally tame, domesticated animals.

This is the Latin term referring to animals that can be said to be non-dangerous. An animal is said to be non-dangerous if it is one normally domesticated in the United Kingdom and does not come into the class of animals under S6 (2) of the Animal Act 1971.

It would generally refer to animals which are tame and which would be considered domestic or pet animals such as dogs, cats, cows and horses.

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