Endangered Species and Conservation Laws for Brazil

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Endangered Species and Conservation Laws for Brazil

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BRAZIL’S THREATENED SPECIES
Mammals: 82
Birds: 151
Reptiles: 29
Amphibians: 33
Fishes: 84
Molluscs: 22
Other Inverts: 32
Plants: 504

Prohibiting the Catching of Cetaceans 1987

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Establishing Sanctions Against Environmental Illegal Activities 1998

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Creating the National Program of Biodiversity 1995

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