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Argentina - Farm animals - Ley 3.959, 1900 This is the law of the Police for Animal Health. The purpose of this law is to set the parameters to ensure the protection of livestock against contagious exotic diseases. This law regulates topics such as importation and exportation of livestock, prohibiting the importation or exportation of animals infected with contagious diseases or suspected of being infected.
Argentina - Health - Ley Nº 23.899, 1990
Argentina - Marine mammals - Ley 21.676, 1977
Argentina - Marine mammals - Ley 22.584, 1982
Argentina - Marine mammals - Ley 23.094, 1984 This law declares the southern right whale a natural monument within Argentine jurisdictional waters and subject to the rules established by Law No. 22.351, which regulates the concerning procedures for the declaration of national parks, natural monuments, and national reserves.
Argentina - Marine mammals - Ley 25.052, 1998
Argentina - Marine mammals - Ley 25.577 This law prohibits the hunting of cetaceans in the entire territory.
Argentina - Marine mammals - Ley 25.577 This law prohibits hunting or intentional capture of any of the cetacean species specified in the appendix. It establishes fines for those who violate this law of not less than 1 million Argentinian pesos ($1,000,000).
Argentina - Marine mammals - Ley 25.577, 2002
Argentina - Racing - Ley 27330, Dog Racing law This law prohibits dog racing of any breed in the entire territory. Organization, promotion, and facilitation of a dog race are punishable by imprisonment of not less than 3 months and not more than 4 years. Together with fines that can go from 4,000 Argentinian pesos to $80,000.