Endangered Species - Protections and Prohibited Actions - Delaware

Notwithstanding any other provision of this title, the importation, transportation, possession or sale of any endangered species of fish or wildlife, or hides or other parts thereof, or the sale or possession with intent to sell any article made in whole or in part from the skin, hide or other parts of any endangered species of fish or wildlife is prohibited, except under license or permit from the Division of Fish and Wildlife. For the purposes of this section, endangered species shall mean those species of fish and wildlife designated by the Division of Fish and Wildlife as seriously threatened with extinction. Such a list shall in any event include, but not be limited to, endangered species as so designated by the Secretary of the Interior.; No part of the skin or body, whether raw or manufactured, of the following species of wild animals or the animal itself may be sold or offered for sale by any individual, firm, corporation, association or partnership within the State: All endangered species as designated by the United States Department of the Interior(:) leopard (panthera pardus)(,) snow leopard (uncia uncia)(,) clouded leopard (neofelis nebulosa)(,) tiger (panthera tigris)(,) cheetah (acinonyx jubatus)(,) alligators, crocodiles or caiman(,) vicuna (vicugna vicugna)(,) red wolf (canis niger)(,) polar bear (thalarctos maritimus)(,) and harp seals (phoca groenlandica).;

Citation: 7 Del.C. § 601; 7 Del.C. § 602;