127 Reptiles Added to Global Treaty Against Wildlife Trade

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  • Australia has added several species of blue tongue lizards to a global treaty which will protect them against wildlife trade.
  • A total of 127 reptiles in need of protection has been added to the treaty.
  • The treaty has over 38,700 plant and animal species protected by the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Flora and Fauna including an  international trade ban for 1,082 species and 36 subspecies

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