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As CITES is an international agreeemnt, it would be intersting to see a CITES artical on many different language wikis and fully incorporated in each wiki. Snowman 08:53, 31 October 2006 (UTC) The official CITES website at www.cites.org is in three language versions, English French and Spanish. So perhaps this can help. Barzdo 09:46, 17 August 2007 (UTC)
At first, I thought this page had a copyright violation in it, because it shares some of the wording with http://www.itto.or.jp/live/Live_Server/1637/E-C41-18.doc but apparently, that document copied this! It is dated October 11, and it shares some sections about the background of CITES with sections of this page that are dated earlier. LittleDantalk 20:40, 8 December 2006 (UTC)