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1. Resolution Conf. 10.7 (Rev. CoP15)
receiving the animals should bear all costs directly. c) Disease. Confiscated animals may serve as vectors for disease and, therefore, must be subject to extremely stringent quarantine. The potential consequences of the introduction of alien
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2. Summary Records, CITES Animals Committee, 14th Meeting, 1998
noted the need to bear in mind the recent political changes and suggested that the Management Authority be encouraged to proceed with planned surveys. The Secretariat also reported that the trade data showed a ten-fold
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3. Resolution Conf. 12.3 (Rev. CoP15)
paper certificate will bear the same number, if possible, and the same date of validity as the original document, and contain the following statement: "This certificate is a true copy of the original"; and
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4. Resolution Conf. 12.3 (Rev. CoP14)
This duplicate will bear the same number, if possible, and the same date of validity as the original document, and contain the statement "This document is a true copy of the original" or state that it replaces the original
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5. Resolution Conf. 11.15 (Rev. CoP12)
provided they bear the acronym ‘CITES’, identification of contents as herbarium specimens, preserved, dried or embedded museum specimens or live plant material for scientific study, the name and address of the
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6. Press release
Polar bear and other proposals The potential threat to the polar bear from climate change has been much discussed recently, and the United States is seeking to increase its
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7. Press release
elephants. Polar bear and other proposals The potential threat to the polar bear from climate change has been much discussed recently, and the United States is seeking to increase its protection in CITES by completely
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8. Resolution Conf. 10.20
This duplicate will bear the same number if possible and the same date of validity as the original document and a new date of issuance, and contain the following statement: "This certificate is a true copy of the original";
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9. Appendices I, II and III
Ursidae Bears, giant panda Ursidae spp. (Except the species included in Appendix I) Ailuropoda melanoleuca Helarctos
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