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List Of Non-marine Molluscs Of Great Britain - Conservation
... Some species are protected in the United Kingdom under the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 Catinella arenaria and Myxas glutinosa are fully protected since 1981 Margaritifera ...
She-Wolf - Range and Conservation - Europe - Recovery
... The gray wolf has been fully protected in Italy since 1976, and now holds a population of 450–500 animals, which has an annual increase of about 60% ... The gray wolf is fully protected in Sweden and partially controlled in Norway ... Wolves in Finland are protected only in the southern third of the country, and can be hunted in other areas during specific seasons, though poaching remains common, with 90% of young wolf deaths being due to ...
Forest Wolf - Range and Conservation - Europe - Recovery
... The gray wolf is fully protected in Sweden and partially controlled in Norway ... Wolves in Finland are protected only in the southern third of the country, and can be hunted in other areas during specific seasons ... The gray wolf is protected in Slovakia, though an exception is made for wolves killing livestock ...

Famous quotes containing the words protected and/or fully:

    If one really wishes to know how justice is administered in a country, one does not question the policemen, the lawyers, the judges, or the protected members of the middle class. One goes to the unprotected—those, precisely, who need the laws’s protection most!—and listens to their testimony.
    James Baldwin (1924–1987)

    I allude to these facts to show that, so far from the Supper being a tradition in which men are fully agreed, there has always been the widest room for difference of opinion upon this particular. Having recently given particular attention to this subject, I was led to the conclusion that Jesus did not intend to establish an institution for perpetual observance when he ate the Passover with his disciples; and further, to the opinion that it is not expedient to celebrate it as we do.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)