New Mexico Senate Bill 75, known as the Wildlife Trafficking Act, would prohibit the knowing purchase or sale of certain animals and animal parts, including elephants, lions, rhinoceros, and any species covered by Appendix 1 if the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES). The act provides exceptions for antique products, guns, musical instruments, ownership by an Indian nation for cultural or religious purposes, educational and scientific purposes, legal inheritance, and authorization by CITES.