3 You may eat animals that are cloven footed and chew the cud.
4 Don't eat animals that don't chew the cud and divide the hoof.
Like the camel. Don't eat it since it chews the cud but doesn't divide the hoof. It is unclean to you.
5-6 Don't eat coneys or hares since they chew the cud, but don't divide the hoof. They are unclean to you.
7-8 Pigs divide the hoof and are cloven-footed, but they don't chew the cud. So they are unclean to you.
Don't eat them or touch their dead bodies.
10 Every animal that lives in water and doesn't have both fins and scales is an abomination to you. 11 Don't eat them or touch their dead bodies.
13-19 The following birds are abominations: eagles, ospreys, vultures, kites, ravens, owls, nighthawks, gulls, hawks, cormorants, swans, pelicans, storks, herons, lapwings, and bats.
20 All birds that creep, going on all four, shall be an abomination unto you.
21 You may eat any flying creeping thing that goes on all four, with legs above their feet.
23 But all other four-footed, flying, creeping things shall be an abomination to you.
24 Whoever touches the carcass of a dead unclean thing is unclean until the evening.
29 Weasels, mice, tortoises, ferrets, chameleons, lizards, snails, and moles are also unclean creeping things.
32 Whoever or whatever touches a dead unclean beast will also be unclean, including vessels, wood, clothing, skin, sack, oven, and pots. The unclean thing must be washed with water and will be unclean until the evening.