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Protection Gained at CITES Take Effect for Silky and Thresher Sharks

Discussion in 'Sea Save Foundation' started by Sea Save Foundation, Oct 11, 2017.

  1. Sea Save Foundation

    Sea Save Foundation Sea Save Foundation Leader

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    A year ago, Sea Save Foundation was instrumental in getting silky and thresher sharks listed under CITES Appendix II. Implementation began October 4, which means that trade in those sharks is now regulated internationally to ensure their survival in the wild. CITES regulates the international trade of over 35,000 plants and animals.

    Read more here (story #3).

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