Endangered Species and Conservation Laws for Singapore

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Endangered Species and Conservation Laws for Singapore

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SINGAPORE’S THREATENED SPECIES
Mammals: 11
Birds: 15
Reptiles: 5
Amphibians: 0
Fishes: 25
Molluscs: 0
Other Inverts: 173
Plants: 58

Endangered Species Import and Export Act

An Act to give effect to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora by controlling the importation, exportation and introduction from the sea of certain animals and plants and parts of such animals and plants and for matters…

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Singapore Fisheries Piranha Rules

These Rules may be cited as the Fisheries (Piranha) Rules. No person shall keep, breed, sell, purchase, import into or export from Singapore the species of fish known as piranha. No person shall release any piranha into any stream, river, canal, channel, watercourse…

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Fisheries Act 1969 Chapter 111 Revised version 2002

An Act for the protection and conservation of fisheries, and to make provision for the control of fishing, the control of the marketing and distribution of fish and the use and control of fishing ports and harbours, for measures pertaining to the general welfare and…

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