Is it on-topic to ask if there is a jurisdiction which has (or has not) a law about [something specific]?
Is there a jurisdiction which makes no difference (in terms of penalty) between killing a human and any non-human being?
Is there a jurisdiction where murder is not an indictable offence?
Is there a constitution/law which provides a definition of "human" to explicitly state which living beings are meant?
I think such questions could be interesting for legislation (how other jurisdictions formulate a law which you might want to draft, too), for criminology (studying societies which have a rare or which don’t have a common law), for Internet businesses (which by default serve customers world-wide, but which might want to exclude a jurisdiction because it’s an exception that makes something typically legal illegal), and for citizens (to demand (dis)establishing laws, challenging presumptions), …
A good question should show previous research that makes clear that [something specific] does not appear to be common in (well known) jurisdictions.
A good answer should put a possible candidate in context (e.g., maybe a jurisdiction has no law about this specific thing, but it’s not needed because …), and in case it’s not in English, paraphrase/translate it or point to a translation.