Endangered Species and Conservation Laws for Algeria

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Endangered Species and Conservation Laws for Algeria

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ALGERIA’S THREATENED SPECIES
Mammals: 14
Birds: 11
Reptiles: 8
Amphibians: 3
Fishes: 36
Molluscs: 9
Other Inverts: 13
Plants: 17

Protection and Preservation of Some Endangered Species

Many conservation and environmental laws throughout the world are written in languages other than English. Bagheera is currently working to transcribe these laws into English so they are accessible in both English, and in the language the laws were originally written…

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Establishing the Form of Capture Specimens of Animals Classified Endangered Species

Many conservation and environmental laws throughout the world are written in languages other than English. Bagheera is currently working to transcribe these laws into English so they are accessible in both English, and in the language the laws were originally written…

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Conservation of Mediterranean Marine Turtles

The Parties to the Barcelona Convention included among their priority targets for the period 1985-1995 the protection of Mediterranean marine turtles (Genoa Declaration, September 1985). To this purpose, they adopted in 1989 the Action Plan for the…

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Bagheera is Produced by Endangered Species Journalist Craig Kasnoff

to Promote the Plight of Endangered Species and the Efforts to Save Them.