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Responds to the fact that the United States is the number one international importer of exotic birds.
a) International Portection of Exotic Animals b) The Wild Bird Conservation Act c) The Lacey Act d) The Endangered Species Act
States that all persons operating an exotic animal auction must obtain the proper licensing.
a) The International Protection of Exotic Animals b) The Wild Bird Conservtaion Act c) The Endangered Species Act d) The Animal Welfare Act
Has not been accomplished on a global level yet, though organizations such as the World Society for the Protection of Animals are campaigning for the United Nations to adopt such legislation.
a) The Wild bird Conservation Act b) International Portection of Exotic Animals c) The Lacey Act d) The Animal Welfare Act
Outlaws the trade of any fish or wild animals that were taken, possessed, transported, or sold in violation of any treaty, law or regulation of the United States.
a) The Lacey Act b) The Animals Welfare Act c) The Endangered Species Act d) The Wild Bird Conservation Act
Provides protection for many animals and their habitats to ensure they do not become extinct.
a) The Animal Welfare Act b) The Wild Bird Conservation Act c) The Lacey Act d) The Endangered Species Act
Maintains that animals put on display, such as at zoos, must be provided with adequate care and treatment in the areas of housing, handling, nutrition, water, and veterinary care.
a) The Wild Bird Conservation Act b) The Animal Welfare Act c) The Lacey Act d) The Endangered Species Act
Helps fight the poplation threat of non-indigenous birds to the United States
a) The Lacey Act b) The Endangered Species Act c) International Protection of Exotic Animals d) The Wild BIrd Conservation Act
Inspired the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES)
a) The Endangered Species Act b) The Lacey Act c) International Protection of Exotic Animals d) The Wild Bird Conservation Act
Prohibits importing certain exotic birds, including most breeds of parrots, macaws and cockatoos
a) The Lacey Act b) The Endangered Species Act c) The Wild Bird Conservation Act d) The Animal Welfare Act
Prohibits the import,export, interstate or foreign commerce of any animal listed in the act.
a) The Endangered Species Act b) The Wild Bird Conservation Act c) The Animal Welfare Act d) The Lacy Act
Provides animals taken in violation of this Act are confiscated
a) The Animal Welfare Act b) The Wild Bird Conservation Act c) The Lacey Act d) International Protection of Exotic Animals
Protects many animals which are considered exotic
a) The Animal Welfare Act b) The Lacey Act c) The Wild Bird Conservation Act d) The Endangered Species Act
Establishes minimum guidelines for the care of exotic animals and expects organizations to exceed these standards
a) The Animal Welfare Act b) The Lacey Act c) The Wild Bird Conservations Act d) The Endangered Species Act
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