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A complete protection in France
Listed in Annex I of the Birds European directive, the greater flamingo (Phoenicopterus roseus) benefits from total protection on the French territory since a ministerial decree of April 17, 1981. It is, therefore, prohibited to destroy, mutilate, capture, move, disturb and naturalize it as well as destroy or remove its eggs and nests and annihilate, alter or degrade its living environment. The decree also forbids transporting, peddling, using, keeping, selling, or buying flamingos, both dead and alive.
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