Andy Cornish, programme leader of WWF’s global shark and ray conservation programme, in Mui Wo. Photo: SCMP / Jonathan Wong Andy Cornish, programme leader of WWF’s global shark and ray conservation programme, in Mui Wo. Photo: SCMP / Jonathan Wong
Andy Cornish, programme leader of WWF’s global shark and ray conservation programme, in Mui Wo. Photo: SCMP / Jonathan Wong
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WWF’s Andy Cornish is trying to save endangered shark species, before it is too late

  • Hong Kong is the epicentre of the global shark fin trade and accounts for about 40 per cent of the market
  • Cornish, who grew up ‘chasing snakes’ in the city, is working to recover critically endangered shark and ray populations

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Andy Cornish, programme leader of WWF’s global shark and ray conservation programme, in Mui Wo. Photo: SCMP / Jonathan Wong Andy Cornish, programme leader of WWF’s global shark and ray conservation programme, in Mui Wo. Photo: SCMP / Jonathan Wong
Andy Cornish, programme leader of WWF’s global shark and ray conservation programme, in Mui Wo. Photo: SCMP / Jonathan Wong
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