Commercial wildlife licence for dead animals (other than macropods) - for a term of more than 1 month but not more than 1 year under the Nature Conservation Act
The commercial trade in dead wildlife is managed under the Nature Conservation Act 1992. A commercial wildlife licence is needed to process and sell dead protected animals commercially. This includes commercial macropod meat or skin processing facilities and taxidermists. A commercial wildlife licence is also needed to import and trade certain dead wildlife products.
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