Freshly sliced shark fins dry in the sun on the roof of a factory building in Kennedy Town - part of an estimated 30,000 believed to be from mako sharks. Environmentalists say it is proof that the widely reviled trade is still being conducted in the city, even though traders insist that most production has moved to the mainland. Photo: Sam Tsang

Drying shark fin on Kennedy Town roof shows dirty trade is thriving

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Freshly sliced shark fins dry in the sun on the roof of a factory building in Kennedy Town - part of an estimated 30,000 believed to be from mako sharks. Environmentalists say it is proof that the widely reviled trade is still being conducted in the city, even though traders insist that most production has moved to the mainland. Photo: Sam Tsang
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