Its the protection of endangered species
It has to be endangered. :)
The Endangered Species Act is the government policy that determines how endangered species are regulated. If you violate it by killing an endangered animal, you will have committed a serious crime punishable by large fines and jail time.
Species were first placed into federal protection with the Endangered Species Act of 1973. Prior to 1973 only fauna (animals) were given protection.
There are many different species that are endangered in Florida. 8 species of ammphibians endangered 1 species of arachnids endangered 23 species of birds endangered 11 species of clams endangered 8 species of coralsm jellyfish and sea anemones endangered 25 species of crustaceans endangered 33 species of fishes endangered 18 species of insects endangered 15 species of mammals endangered 53 species of plants endangered 9 species of reptiles endangered 13 species of snails endangered
Endangered species can be saved and their numbers increased by breeding programs and land protection programs. There are currently more than 1,200 species of animals on the endangered list.
An area designated for the protection of endangered species
Some species of bat are endangered. Some species of bat are endangered. Some species of bat are endangered.
The striped dolphin is not endangered, but is considered a protected species. That means without a some sort of protection plan in place, the species would become endangered.
No, it is not an endangered species
endangered species is a species that is almost extinct
Manatees are on the endangered species list. In the 1970s, the government gave protection to this animal under the Federal Marine Mammal Protection Act. The population of Florida manatees is about 5000.
the endangered species have common is that they all belong to endangered species and can be converted int vulnerable species
An endangered species is near extinction
No, they are not endangered species.
a slogan about endangered species
no, iguanas are not a endangered species
No, kangaroos are not an endangered species.
No, the beaver is not an endangered species.
Yes.In Tasmania, it is "endangered" under the Threatened Species Protection Act 1995.Internationally, it is listed as "endangered" on the 2008 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species.
Humans are the main reason that puma is endangered species. As a species, the puma is not an endangered species. Only the Florida race is endangered.
Snakes in general aren't endangered species. Snakes in general aren't endangered species.
Most dolphin species are not endangered, but there are six species endangered, some freshwater species included.
An endangered species is when an animal species or plant species is in danger of extinction.