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In India, if a species of tortoise is declared protected under Schedule I of the Wildlife (Protection) Act, 1972, what does it imply?
It enjoys the same level of protection as the tiger.
It no longer exists in the wild, a few individuals are under captive protection, and now it is impossible to prevent its extinction.
It is endemic to a particular region of India.
Both (b) and (c) stated above are correct in this context.
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