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 When was the Endangered Species Act enacted?

Answer The Endangered Species Act (ESA) was signed into law on December 28, 1973. The act provides for the conservation of threatened and endangered species. It replaced the Endangered Species Conservatio... Read More »
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What Causes Species to Be Endangered?

According to the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources, there are currently around 41,415 species on their Red List with 16,306 threatened with extinction. While exti... Read More »
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Endangered Species Act in the UK?

The Endangered Species Act in the UK, passed in 1976, defines an endangered species and requires a permit for the import or export of any organism belonging to an endangered species.
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When did the endangered species act become law?

The Endangered Species Preservation Act became law in 1966. The original act protected native species. A 1969 amendment allowed for protection of species at risk for global extinction, and the name... Read More »
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What does"endangered species"mean?

An endangered species is any species that is threatened with extinction in a particular habitat range. The population of an endangered species is so low that the gene pool diversity is adversely af... Read More »
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