It’s a modified line from the film Finding Nemo, but it's true. There is growing global concern among chefs over “finning”, which is the illegal practice of cutting off a shark’s fins and discarding the remaining mutilated body into the sea. The practice has been banned for United States fishermen since 2000.
The new law allowing sanctions to be imposed on nations that have not implemented shark fishing regulations consistent with those placed on U.S. maritime industry.
Despite their fearsome appearance, more individuals are injured by lighting worldwide than by shark attacks. Sharks have held a valued place in the sea’s environment chain for millions of year. Destroying them just for a body part is both wasteful and irresponsible.
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