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47 KILLED ENDANGERED CHEETAH, SOUGHT TROPHY IMPORT PERMIT .......................................................................................


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As an individual concerned about endangered species and wildlife protections and a constituent, I am concerned about the potential impact of an Amendment to H.R.3526 - CECIL Act on September 16, 2016, which calls for an amendment to the Endangered Species Act of 1973 to extend the import- and export-related provision of that Act to species proposed for listing as threatened or endangered under that Act.


BundySantilliDetention 80%

They did so in manner that endangered, and continues to endanger, the residents of Harney County, Oregon.


In re Marriage of Lyman, 240 P.3d 509 (Colo. App. 2010) 79%

Supervised Visitation and Hair Follicle Testing Father contends that the trial court erred in restricting his parenting time to supervised parenting time in the modified provision without a finding that, absent such restriction, the child would have been physically endangered or her emotional development would have been significantly impaired.



Census information, general demographics of the region, endangered species and ecosystem goods that are common throughout the county are explored in depth.


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Helped in preservation of endangered species.


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Fish and Wildlife Service is considering classifying them as an endangered species.


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AN OPEN LETTER TO:     Queensland Premier, Annastacia Palaszczuk   Queensland Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries, Leanne Donaldson    Dear Annastacia and Leanne,    I hope this letter finds you well.     As you may already be aware, today, February 6th, 2016, I will begin a hunger strike with the  ultimate goal of increasing the protection of both humans and marine life off the coast of  Queensland, by proposing commitments for the state government to transition from the current  Shark Control Program to non­lethal alternatives.     The reasons for the Hunger Strike:     1. The current Queensland Shark Control Program has a high impact on marine ecosystems off  Queensland and does not discriminate between marine animal species. Implemented marine  mammal deterrents do not have a high success rate (~40%) and still pose a significant threat to  whales and dolphins.     The program in Queensland has captured more than 78,000 marine animals since 1962,  including several species listed as vulnerable, endangered and critically endangered. The  program is now listed as a Key Threatening Process for a number of Queensland species at risk  of extinction.    2. The program has been implemented since 1962 and is utilising out­dated practices to  mitigate shark­human encounters at popular beaches. Hundreds of scientists have spoken out  over the past few years in opposition to the use of shark nets and drum lines, as there is no  sound scientific evidence to suggest that they reduce the risk of shark bite, and there are now  several non­lethal alternatives available to replace the current devices.     Please consider the below research on the effectiveness of the QLD Shark Control Program,  published by ​Professor & Director, Centre for Marine Futures, University of Western Australia,  Jessica Meeuwig.­queensland­really­saved­lives­by­killing­thousands­of­sharks­23 437    Scientists such as Daryl McPhee of Bond University and social scientist Dr Chris Neff are also  other important individuals to liaise with in regards to the above statement.    3. The devices used in the Queensland Shark Control Program pose a direct threat to beach  goers, with the risk of dislodgement of shark nets and drum lines (which caused the drowning  death of a young boy in 1992 on the Gold Coast) as well as the risk to rescue crews tasked with  disentangling large animals such as whales (one member of the Sea World rescue crew lost  half a finger in 2015 during the rescue of a whale entangled in a shark net).     ● In May, 2015, 11 shark nets were dislodged off the Gold Coast and Sunshine coast and  became a direct threat to hundreds of beach goers, unaware of the dangers that these  devices pose when loose. One shark net became dislodged within the surf zone at  Burleigh Heads, and hundreds of surfers were in close vicinity of the net over  approximately 6 days.­weather­dislodges­shark­nets­along­coast/262 6186/­and­wildlife/unaware­gold­coast­board­riders­l ucky­to­escape­dislodged­drum­lines­and­nets­after­storm/news­story/bef0ba2deb52db423ed9 69f8d7c057e0        ● In November, 2014, a member of the public at Palm Beach contacted me after  discovering a drum line floating at his local beach, while he was swimming in the surf  zone with his young daughter­ there was no public announcement regarding the  dislodgement of this drum line.    Another risk that the shark nets present is a ‘false sense of security’ for locals and tourists who  are largely misinformed about how the shark nets and drum lines work. Many are under the  impression that the nets enclose the entire beach, creating a 100% safe zone for swimmers and  surfers. This of course is not the case and since 1962 there have been more than 30 instances  of shark­human incidence on Queensland beaches with shark nets and drum lines  implemented, one of these was fatal. Source:    I will be entering into a hunger strike by refraining the consumption of all food and liquid with the  exception of water, beginning at 9am on Saturday the 6th of February, 2016.     The strike will continue until commitments are met by the Queensland State Government/  Department of Primary Industries to fund non­lethal alternatives and to commit to a phase out of  current lethal devices over the coming years.       Requested commitments:    • A commitment of funding matching the NSW State Governments’ recent funding  commitment into the trial and implementation of non­lethal alternatives along  Queensland popular beaches over the coming years.     • A commitment to phase out shark nets and drum lines along the Queensland coast  over the coming years.     Until the Queensland State Government meets the above commitments, the hunger strike will  continue.    I would be more than happy to travel to meet with either the Queensland Premier and/or the  Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries to discuss the above.    I hope your consideration of the above information results in the most optimal outcome for both  humans and Queensland’s iconic marine wildlife, which contributes so much to the state’s  tourism economy and intrinsic values.      Kind regards,    Nicole McLachlan


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• many specialised growth forms such as vines, epiphytes (plants that grow on trees), mosses and ferns A Threatened Species A Threatened Species The nationally endangered Baw Baw frog is found only in an area of 80 square kilometres on the Baw Baw plateau, Victoria.


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PAGE 8 WEEKLY | 3 the Phnom Penh books art and ‘threatened’ respectively, while all of the kingdom’s vulture species are described as ‘critically endangered’).


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Tiger is an endangered animal listed in the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES).


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Hence, several fish species are seriously endangered.


Neuroscience:Neurology 63%

And the Endangered Origins of Intelligence.



Brown Theatre/Dance Endangered Species (‘17) Area Lead/Little Emma Custom Made Theater Dir.


PetitionDAF AB 63%

We are endangered and becoming de-sensitized to the awful act of drug abuse by our government running this drug-abuse enabling facility in our midst.


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Our favorite charity, The Wild Animal Sanctuary is the oldest and largest nonprofit sanctuary in the world that is dedicated exclusively to rescuing captive exotic and endangered large carnivores, providing them with a wonderful life for as long as they live.


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Harnessing Culture in Response to the Challenge of Nature Objectives, 123 Our Endangered Marine Environment, 124 Review of Coastal Resource Management, 128 The Human and the Culture Factor, 130 Using Grassroots Indicators, 131 Postscript, 143