Animal protection Wild animals extintion

Canadian species of snakes and their protection

Contrary to the popular belief the snakes of Canada are shy and therefore do not pose any threat to the inhabitants. The Rattlesnake is the only species of snake in Canada that is considered to be dangerous and therefore pose threat. Out of the 25 species which are found in Canada none is considered to be fatal and therefore they are protected by law and the related organization. The Timber Rattlesnake is the only snake that has been annihilated and it is all because of the threat which it poses to humans. Most of the snakes in Canada are very shy and try to avoid human contact. Most of the snakes of Canada are non-venomous and therefore killing them is prohibited by law completely. (more…)

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Environment Group is going to Fight the Federal Government for Caribou Protection Plan Transparency

The federal government in Canada has released a plan for the protection of the caribou population of the country which was released last week. The development comes following the legal action initiated by the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society against the environment minister Catherine McKenna. In the lawsuit, they charged the government for not being transparent and holding information about the status of caribou protection. The minister should have submitted reports on the particular caribou herds which are unprotected to create transparency in the system. (more…)

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