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Shark fin consumption endangers the species

Shark fins are a delicacy in parts of Asia. A highly valued ingredient. That is why it is scary to see the number of these sharks, more than 150 million that are captured or mutilated each year, endangering their existence. A cruel fishing because their fins are usually torn off to throw them back into the ocean, where they inexorably die from respiratory problems or, defenseless, eaten by other fish. A campaign in Europe aims to collect a million signatures to prevent these practices.-Editorial Office –

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