Endangered Species and Conservation Laws for Tanzania

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Endangered Species and Conservation Laws for Tanzania

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TANZANIA’S THREATENED SPECIES
Mammals: 36
Birds: 45
Reptiles: 18
Amphibians: 58
Fishes: 175
Molluscs: 15
Other Inverts: 92
Plants: 475

Wildlife Conservation Act No. 5 of 2009

An Act to make better provisions for the conservation, management, protection and sustainable utilisation of wildlife and wildlife products; to repeal the Wildlife Conservation Act Cap. 283 and to provide for other related matters. This Act may be cited as…

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Un. Rep. of Wildlife Act 2013

An Act to make better provisions aimed at regulating sustainable utilisation and management of wildlife resources and to provide for other related matters. Enacted by the parliament of the United Republic of Tanzania. This Act may be cited as…

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Wildlife Management Authority Act 2013

An Act to establish the Tanzania Wildlife Management Authority as an autonomous body and for making provisions for efficient and effective protection, management and administration of wildlife resources outside the Ngorongoro Conservation Area…

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