Afghanistan’s new law protects wildlife - 10 Jun 2009  
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Following the announcement of the country’s first national park, Afghanistan’s National Environment Protection Agency in collaboration with organizations such as the USAID-funded Wildlife Conservation Society, has issued a first protected species list, intended to help animals and plants recover from impacts of previous hunting and habitat loss.

Some of the 33 threatened and endangered species now safeguarded include the paghman salamander, Asiatic black bear, gazelle, wolf, snow leopard and Himalayan elm tree. This list is the first in a series and will continue being developed over the coming year.

A big bravo Afghan National Environment Protection Agency, Wildlife Conservation Society and all others involved on these advancements to restore habitat safehavens for the wondrous species of plants and animals that beautify your lands. May Allah grace your nation with flourishing biodiversity for years to come.
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