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The National Parks and Conservation Service (NPCS) is responsible for the management of our native terrestrial biodiversity and its ecosystem.
The National Parks and Conservation Service (NPCS) is one of the institutions falling under the Ministry of Agro Industry and Food Security. It was established on 9 May 1994 under Section 8 of the Wildlife and National Parks Act of 1993. The
Wildlife and National Parks Act 1993 has since been repealed and has been
replaced by the Native Terrestrial Biodiversity and National Park Act 2015.
Since the creation of NPCS, no endemic species has gone extinct.
Pandanus iceryi , considered extinct has been rediscovered.