Endangered Species and Conservation Laws for Jamaica

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Endangered Species and Conservation Laws for Jamaica

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JAMAICA’S THREATENED SPECIES
Mammals: 5
Birds: 10
Reptiles: 10
Amphibians: 15
Fishes: 22
Molluscs: 0
Other Inverts: 15
Plants: 212

Jamaica Wild Life Protection Protective Zone Regulations 1998

These Regulations may be cited as the Wild Life Protection (Protective Zone) Regulations, 1998. 2.-41) There is hereby established adjacent to every game sanctuary specified in Part I…

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Endangered Species Protection Conservation and Regulation of Trade Regulations No. 36 of 2000

In exercise of the power conferred upon the Minister by section 53 of the Endangered Species (Protection, Conservation and Regulation of Trade) Act, 2000 and of every…

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Jamaica Wildlife Protection Act

This Act may be cited as the Wild Life Protection Act. In this Act- “authorized trap” means any trap authorized by the regulations under this Act; “close season” means…

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