Cebu wants shark specie in CITES list
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Local government officials, coastal community representatives, environmental groups, marine scientists, resort owners, divers, and other tourism industry representatives gathered at the Cebu Provincial Capitol Friday to make a global call for the protection of thresher sharks. The call is being made a week before delegations from different countries meet in Johannesburg, South Africa for the 17th Conference of Parties to the Convention on the International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora from September 24 to October 5.
Cebu wants shark specie in CITES list. (2016, September 17). Manila Standard, p. A6.
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