The state Attorney General's Office and the Hawaii Department of Agriculture executed a search warrant Thursday that involved illegal animals sent through the U.S. Mail.
Law enforcement officials with the Attorney General's Office were investigating in Manoa.
One person was arrested. Questions regarding any charges should be directed to the Attorney General's Office.
The illegal animals included four poison dart frogs that were contained in a shipment through the U.S. Mail and about 20 additional poison dart frogs found at the residence.
Several aquarium tanks were confiscated and Plant Quarantine inspectors are still inventorying the contents.
While there are limited established populations of these frogs on Oahu and Maui, the frogs are illegal to possess or transport to or within Hawaii.
The incident is still under investigation and no further details are being released at this time.
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