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For occurrence in protected areas, good information is available only for Sweden and Finland. In Norway (Svalbard), Greenland, Canada, Russia, and Alaska, trapping is limited to licensed trappers operating in a defined trapping season. For Iceland, Arctic Foxes could potentially appear in most protected areas. **
1) Follow and read all of rules of Nexus and the group Protect of the albino, animals, flowers etc
2) Albino Animals, birds, people. trees brushes, anything that is albino or pink like the dolphin some animals are black and protect them. Lot of people abuse children that are albino when they love too and want people to respect them.
3) Any problems or questions message me or post here and I will message me soon as I can .
Number 4) Please make sure the right one there three 1) Albino 2) Rare then 3) Endangered listed on your wallpapers and put one of the by number of 1 2 or 3.
5) In honor of animals, birds, fish, water, trees, flowers, Air, Land Etc are welcome all of in the group. That mean you can up anything in there ! Have fun! BUT you may have albino children and adult but only albino of the people. You may have a person on the animals but not only person by their self will be the people wonderful beautiful albino people.
****Put a one of the three of the wallpaper to we can see the area like pink fox is rare. The dolphin is albino.***
Reason for the group to help others and teach children and people before we kill and lose more species.
Hugs Judy (blueangels1015)
**Currently there are more than 91,520 species on The IUCN Red List, and more than 25,820 are threatened with extinction, including 41% of amphibians, 34% of conifers, 33% of reef building corals, 25% of mammals and 13% of birds.
Working towards production of a Global Conservation Assessment of the world’s tree species, the GTC is leading Red Listing of trees in taxonomic and geographic groups, depending on conservation priorities and practical opportunities! Also(ISEC) ( International Society for Endangered Cats (ISEC) Canada also Following publication of a tree Red List, the GTC often undertake a survey to determine the presence of threatened species in ex situ collections. Threatened species reported as absent from ex situ collections, or limited to a small number of collections, are highlighted as priority species for conservation concern and recommendations are made for their conservation, incorporating practical action into new or existing GTC projects where possible.
The new rules go into effect on Jan. 22, 2016.
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