Shark Finning and Shark Fishing Pictures

 
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Shark Finning and Shark Fishing Photos Showing This Cruel Practice

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In addition to the use of shark fin in shark fin soup, shark has also been harvested for use in traditional Far East medicines. It is mistakenly believed by some that sharks are immune to cancer, and that consuming shark cartilage can prevent cancer or cause cancerous tumors to shrink. Studies have proved, however, that commercially available shark cartilage powders have no effect on cancer cell growth or the spread of skin cancer cells. Shark cartilage medicine is no more effective in treating cancer than a placebo. Unfortunately, patients suffering from cancer, especially those in the Far East who have insufficient access to modern therapies, are likely to grasp at straws in the hope of containing a potentially fatal disease. When it comes to human survival versus shark survival, on the world market, there is little hope for the shark. Be aware that many of these photos are graphic and disturbing.

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Picture of a scalloped hammerhead shark, Sphyrna lewini, trailing fishing leader, scarred from fishing line, Cocos Island, Costa Rica, East Pacific Ocean

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Image of dead shark at shark finning camp, Mexico, Pacific Ocean

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Stock photo of local shark fins, drying out before exporting for soup, Lamakera, Solor, Indonesia, Pacific

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Photo of tiger shark, Galeocerdo cuvier, being butchered for its fins and flesh. Dried shark fins are worth $30 per pound. Kona, Hawaii, Central Pacific Ocean

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picture of hooks used by Hawaiians to catch sharks picture of sand tiger shark with lead fishing weights and line in first gill slit picture of shark buyers loading sharks picture of Caribbean reef shark with fish hook in mouth

Picture of hook used by Hawaiians to catch large sharks, Hawaii Maritime Center, Honolulu, Hawaii

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Image of sand tiger or gray nurse shark, Carcharias taurus, with lead fishing weights and line dangling from first gill slit, Seal Rock, Australia

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Stock photo of shark buyers loading sharks into ice bin, Trinidad, Caribbean Sea, Atlantic Ocean

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Photo of of Caribbean reef shark, Carcharinus perezi, with fish hook in mouth, Bahamas, West Atlantic

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picture of shark liver oil capsules picture of Caribbean reef shark with fish hook in mouth picture of shark fin soup picture of shark fins drying in the sun

Picture of shark liver oil capsules, a Japanese nutritional supplement

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Image of Caribbean reef shark, Carcharhinus perezi, with fishhook in mouth, Bahamas, Caribbean Sea, Atlantic Ocean

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Stock photo of shark fin soup, made of juvenile blue shark fins, Prionace glauca, one of the most expensive Chinese cuisine, Tokyo, Japan

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Photo of shark fins drying in the sun, for export, Mexico, Pacific

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picture of shark fin stew picture of dead finned gray reef shark on ocean floor picture of dead sharkskilled in a net picture of a diver with a dead spinner shark

Picture of shark fin stew, made of juvenile blue shark fins, Prionace glauca, one of the most expensive Chinese cuisine, Tokyo, Japan

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Image of a dead finned mammerhead shark, Sphyrna lewini, on ocean floor, Mexico, Pacific Ocean

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Stock photo of dead sharks, caught in net used to keep sharks away from swimmers at beaches, Margate, South Africa

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Photo of a diver with a dead spinner shark, Carcharhinus brevipinna, discarded by fishermen after caught and partially filleted. At Stetson Bank off Texas cost, Gulf of Mexico.

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Picture of dead tiger sharks, Galeocerdo cuvier, caught for scientific study, French Frigate Shoals Islands, Hawaii, Pacific Ocean

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Image of shark fins hanging on a line at a shark finning camp, Sea of Cortez, Mexico

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Stock photo of men releasing a shark from fishing net

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Photo of dead blue shark, Prionace glauca, Kesennuma is the largest shark fin market in Japan, Kesennuma fish market, Miyagi, Japan, Pacific

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