Rhinoceros and Tiger Conservation Act

The Rhinoceros and Tiger Conservation Act authorizes grants to foreign governments, the CITES Secretariat, and non-governmental organizations for programs directly or indirectly assisting in the conservation of rhinoceros and tigers. The Act prohibits the sale, importation, and exportation of products derived from any species of rhinoceros and tiger.

16. U.S.C. 5306(a), 1538
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