Endangered Species and Conservation Laws for Trinidad & Tobago

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Trinidad & Tobago Conservation and Endangered Species Laws

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TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO’S THREATENED SPECIES
Mammals: 2
Birds: 4
Reptiles: 5
Amphibians: 8
Fishes: 25
Molluscs: 0
Other Inverts: 10
Plants: 1

Conservation of Wild Life Act

An Act to make better provision for title Conservation of Wild Animal Life in Trinidad and Tobago. This Act may be cited as the Conservation of Wild Life Act. In this Act – “animal” means any mammal, bird…

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Fisheries Conservation of Marine Turtles Regulations

These Regulations may be cited as the Fisheries (Conservation of Marine Turtles) Regulations. In these Regulations- “commercial shrimp trawlers” means all trawl vessels equipped with a mechanically operated net retrieval…

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Marine Areas Preservation and Enhancement Act

An Act respecting the marine areas of Trinidad and Tobago. This Act may be cited as the Marine Areas (Preservation and Enhancement) Act. In this Act-“flora and fauna” includes any part of a coral reef or other…

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