Remember: You must comply with all applicable laws when selling products on Amazon. You must also comply with all laws applicable to the jurisdiction into which your products are sold.
Examples of Permitted Listings
Products made to resemble prohibited animal parts or products, but which are not made from those animals, if the listing includes a clear title and description that the item is not "genuine"; for example, "faux" tortoise shell is permitted if the listing states the item is fake or artificial.
Animal parts or products that are not otherwise restricted.
Examples of Prohibited Listings
Most live creatures, such as: pets, livestock, or marine mammals
Illegal wildlife products
Insects or other creatures designated as "plant pests"
Parts or products, including fur and feathers, from endangered or threatened species, such as:
Mountain zebra and Hartmann mountain zebra
Parts or products from bear or mountain lion; such as:
Parts or products from cat or dog
Products made from the skin of seals
Products containing ivory from animals
Vaccines (including human and animal vaccines), such as:
West Nile Virus
Products that contain parts or ingredients derived from sharks, whales, dolphins, or porpoises (with the exception of teeth, which are permitted), such as:
Joint pain supplements containing shark cartilage
Shark fin products
Shark liver oil
Products that are restricted under CITES
Glue traps for vertebrates
Electric or shock pet collars
Pronged or spiked pet collars
Opera-house fishing and yabby nets
Pet medicines, including flea and tick control products, that are unregistered or otherwise unapproved for sale in Australia by the Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA)