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CITES 2016 Update: Press Release
Oct 03 2016
Sharks and rays high on CITES #CoP17 agenda | CITES
Sep 18 2016
CITES regulates international trade in over 35,000 species of plants and animals, including their products and derivatives, ensuring their survival in the wild with...
CITES Appendix II listing for Silky Sharks
Aug 01 2016
Cities Appendix II listing A listing on CITES Appendix II means that the trade of that animal must be controlled in order to avoid endangerment and extinction. If the...
Pew Commends Broad Global Support for Proposed Shark and Ray Protections
Jun 12 2016
According to PEW’s website, silky sharks, bigeye thresher sharks, common thresher sharks, and pelagic thresher sharks are particularly vulnerable throughout their...
A Year of Shark-Conservation Wins
Aug 24 2015
Countries around the world worked together on an unprecedented scale to prepare for implementation of new landmark shark protections that went into effect Sept. 14, 2014....
Sharks & Rays – New Protections
Oct 26 2014
The Humane Society International helps to implement new protections for Sharks and Rays CITES, the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna...
Global Protection for the Oceanic Whitetip
Sep 18 2014
Landmark conservation efforts went into effect for three species of sharks and all species of manta rays that start a long road to recovery for these decimated animal...
Protect Oceanic Whitetip Sharks
Sep 27 2012
This information was sent out by PEW to help get people involved in this part of shark legislation. You can find the info on PEW’s site here. On the site, you can...
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