How does the government protect endangered animals?



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    The Endangered Species Act is legislation that protects endangered and threatened species and subspecies in the United States. However, a species must be studied and determined that it is endangered before it is added to the list. It is difficult to get a species accepted into this protection.

    Many state and federal agencies protect their local wildlife by having rules and laws about how and when you can hunt them, fines if you are to intentionally kill a native species that is protected, and laws about keeping wild animals at your house. The agencies also have biologists who are researching the wildlife and who deliver seminars and workshops for the general public about why the species is protected. Literature such as brochures, websites, and posters and readily available to learn about which species are protected locally and why.

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