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Atrocity Towards Sharks: Cut the Wings Alive and thrown Into the ocean, Name It Shark Finning.

Shark finning is the most devilishness act of removing fins from sharks and dropping them, back into the ocean alive. In the sea, they are unable to s



Shark finning is the most devilishness act of removing fins from sharks and dropping them, back into the ocean alive. In the sea, they are unable to swim effectively without their fins, they fall to the bottom of the sea and die of suffocation or are eaten by other fishes and predators, where it falls a slow and painful death.

Shark under the sea without finsImage Credit: Project AWARE

Atrocity Towards Sharks: Cut the Wings Alive and thrown Into the ocean, Name It Shark Finning.

Shark wings have great potential in the international market. They are mainly used for making a popular dish called Shark Fin Soup. The Shark Fin Soup is a traditional Chinese dish for the last 1,000 years. The dish is considered a leisure item representing thoughts of hospitality, status, and good possessions. Because of this high monetary, and cultural value it targets fishermen to hunt more sharks as they can. As a result, fishermen have a large incentive to gather and sell shark fins.

The shark's wings are enriched with multiple fibers. The fibers give the soup a consistency comparable to noodles, but the fins have practically no taste or nutritional value, so chicken stock or something similar is added to improve the flavor of the dish.

shark-fins cut from their bodysavedolphins

In the past 20 years or so, the market for shark-fin soup has achieved an immense record. It is still connected to privilege and social status - a bowl of shark-fin soup costs up to US$100 - but the volcanic growth in the Chinese economy indicates that hundreds of millions of people can now afford this leisure. Many consider it according to strict etiquette at prestigious events such as weddings, birthdays, anniversaries, business festivities, and even in Chinese New Year celebrations.

As an ecologically biggest predator, the absence of sharks, can cause widespread problems in ocean ecosystems, as well as the entire globe.

The Shark-fin trading industry kills more than 100 million sharks annually. Indeed Shark finning is brutal and unsustainable, their fins get sliced off and are discarded back into the sea alive. In addition, the sharks are killed for other merchandise such as meat, leather, and health supplements, the killing rates are quite short compared to the shark-fin market.

Cutting off sharks finThe Boston Globe

Compared to other species sharks have a low reproductive rate, which makes their reproduction difficult.

Whatever it is, we must act instantly to shield these animals, whose populations are wiped out from the earth, they play an indispensable role in the ocean's food chain and keeps the stability of its ecosystem. a major drop in the shark community or even extinction could damage the sustainability of ocean ecosystems, the disappearance of sharks could cause an increase in other species and can also lead to the elimination of algal species.

Remember with this, all of life on earth and nature are interconnected, therefore no doubt that the non-returnable alteration of the rhythm of the sea will affect the entire equilibrium of the Earth itself.

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