Synopsis As Introduced Amends the Ivory Ban Act. Changes the short title of the Act to the Animal Parts and Products Ban Act. Makes the Act applicable to animal parts or products. Defines "animal part or product" to mean, in addition to ivory and rhinoceros horn, any item that contains, or is wholly or partially made from, the following animal family, genus, or species: cheetah, elephant, giraffe, great ape, hippopotamus, jaguar, leopard, lion, monk seal, narwhal, pangolin, ray or shark, rhinoceros, sea turtle, tiger, walrus, or whale, insofar as the species, subspecies, or distinct population segment is listed on specified endangered species lists. Authorizes the Department of Natural Resources to permit the transfer of covered animal parts or products to or from a museum, unless the activity is prohibited by federal law. Makes changes concerning exemptions for certain antiques.
House Floor Amendment No. 1 Makes it unlawful to import with the intent to sell (rather than import) any animal part or product, except as provided by the Act. Makes a change to the definition of "animal part or product".