Fins are sometimes removed at marketplaces, but often they are sliced off a live shark and the carcass thrown back into the sea. Photo: EPA Fins are sometimes removed at marketplaces, but often they are sliced off a live shark and the carcass thrown back into the sea. Photo: EPA
Fins are sometimes removed at marketplaces, but often they are sliced off a live shark and the carcass thrown back into the sea. Photo: EPA

Europe moves closer to blanket ban on shark finning

Fins are sometimes removed at marketplaces, but often they are sliced off a live shark and the carcass thrown back into the sea. Photo: EPA Fins are sometimes removed at marketplaces, but often they are sliced off a live shark and the carcass thrown back into the sea. Photo: EPA
Fins are sometimes removed at marketplaces, but often they are sliced off a live shark and the carcass thrown back into the sea. Photo: EPA
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