Shark Finning and Shark Fishing Pictures

 
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Shark Finning and Shark Photos Showing This Collapsing Population

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The 43rd annual meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology has reported that shark cartilage extract (AE-941, Neovastat, etc.) is not effective in the treatment of lung cancer. Charles Lu, M.D., the lead author of the study said that data supporting its efficacy in fighting cancer should be met with skepticism. He reported that no improved survival rate or tumor shrinkage could be found. It is worth noting, too, that consumption of shark meat may lead to ingesting dangerous amounts of mercury, a toxin that accumulates in the meat of apex predators such as sharks. Consumers should avoid all shark products, including traditional medicines and shark fin soup, as the collapse of the shark population is just around the corner. On this page are images showing the destructive shark finning trade. Be aware that many of these photos are graphic and disturbing.

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Picture of a dead finned hammerhead shark, Sphyrna lewini, on ocean floor, Mexico, Pacific Ocean

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Image of dried shark fins for sale in traditional chinese medicine store, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China

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Stock photo of dead thresher shark, Alopias vulpinus, in drift gill net, Sea of Cortez, Mexico

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Photo of Taiwanese boat with dried shark fins in nets, Moen, Truk Lagoon, Micronesia, Pacific

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picture of dead manta ray on shark line picture of shark caught on longline picture of live turtle hooked on shark longline picture of shark fins harvested for soup

Picture of dead manta ray, Manta birostris, hooked on longline, accidental by-catch of long-line shark fishing, 320 miles off Costa Rica, Pacific Ocean

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Image of shark caught by longline fishing for sharks, Pacific Ocean

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Stock photo of by-catch of longline shark fishing for shark fins - live East Pacific green black sea turtle, Chelonia mydas agassasi, hooked on a longline fishing hook, Cocos Island, 320 miles off the coast of Costa Rica, Pacific Ocean

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Photo of scuba diver finding a dead sandbar shark, Carcharhinus plumbeus, caught on long line fishing gear, Ashkelon, Israel, Mediterranean Sea

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picture of man finning a mako shark picture of shark fins being cooked in a turtle shell picture of shark fins for sale picture of shark fins harvested for soup

Picture of man finning a Mako shark, Isurus oxyrinchus, Sea of Cortez, Mexico

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Image of drying shark fins to ship to Hong Kong for shark fin soup and medicine, Natal Sharks Board, South Africa

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Stock photo of processed shark fins for sale as a soup ingredient in a traditional Chinese market, Hong Kong, China, Pacific Ocean - shark finning is one of the world's most destructive fisheries.

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Photo of drying shark fins to ship to Hong Kong for shark fin soup and medicine, Natal Sharks Board, South Africa

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Picture of hundreds of animal parts and products, including shark fins, for sale in traditional chinese medicine store, Hong Kong, China

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Image of longline shark fisherman finning a great hammerhead shark, Sphyrna mokarran, caught on longline, Exmouth, Australia, Indian Ocean

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Stock photo of dried shark fins for sale in traditional chinese medicine store, Hong Kong, China

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Photo of processed shark fins for sale as a soup ingredient in a shark fin wholesaler warehouse in a traditional Chinese market, Hong Kong, China, Pacific Ocean. Shark finning is one of the world's most destructive fisheries.

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Picture of processed shark fins for sale as a soup ingredient in a traditional Chinese market, Hong Kong, China, Pacific Ocean. Shark finning is one of the world's most destructive fisheries.

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Image of processed shark fins for sale as a soup ingredient in a traditional Chinese market, Hong Kong, China, Pacific Ocean. Shark finning is one of the world's most destructive fisheries.

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Stock photo of dried shark fins for sale as a soup ingredient in a traditional Chinese market, Hong Kong, China, Pacific Ocean.

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Stock photo of dead manta ray, Manta birostris, hooked on longline, accidental by-catch of long-line shark fishing, 320 miles off Costa Rica, Pacific Ocean

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