The objective of this work was to study and evaluate the incidence of seizures of animal products by the Agricultural Security Service in the international Rio de Janeiro Airport in 2010 to 2014, associating them with the possibilities of transmitting the animal diseases, especially exotic. The methodology resulted from an analysis of data from the records of the Agricultural Security Service by the international airport of Rio de Janeiro, seizures of animal products in passenger luggage from international flights in the period 2010 to 2014. Data used were classified as categorical, for expressing their characteristics qualitatively and variables refer to the origin, product and classification macro those products, having no order of priority and not of importance featuring so these data as nominal categorical. In this study the product in meat classification showed the highest seizure rate a total of 11,229.883 kg, followed by classified as dairy with 9505.175 kg, with fish 7625.893, honey with 827.528 kg and egg with 50.967 kg, with individual product cheese was the most seized with 7932.495 kg followed by fish with 3594.367 kg and ham with 1948.594 kg.
The Country that had the largest volume of seized goods was Portugal with 12,668.795 kg, followed by Italy with 2,530.456 kg, China with 2,365.968 kg and Spain with 2,209.621 kg, concluding that the seized products may have potential input conditions for the animals.