Endangered Species and Conservation Laws for Dominican Republic

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Endangered Species and Conservation Laws for Dominican Republic

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DOMINICAN REPUBLIC’S THREATENED SPECIES
Mammals: 6
Birds: 15
Reptiles: 14
Amphibians: 32
Fishes: 22
Molluscs: 0
Other Inverts: 16
Plants: 38

Decree No. 5592 Prohibits the Capture of Wild Animals and their Products for Ten Years

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Resolution No. 1109 Rules of Hunting

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