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Kill Fins / Poster

Kill Fins
Kill Fins

Many people around the world enjoy shark fins, and therefore a large number of sharks are caught and killed. Fishermen keep only caudal fins, dorsal fins, and pelvic fins on two sides which are of economy value, and they dump the remaining parts into the sea.
The fins in people's bowls comes from such a bloody process and the total number of sharks also sharply reduced and this greatly damage the marine ecology. A latest study reveals that at least one hundred million sharks were killed each year, and one third of the shark species on the world are endangered.

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Far East University

Far East University
Xinshi Dist., Tainan City, Taiwan

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Far East University

Far East University
Xinshi Dist., Tainan City, Taiwan

SHY-YUAN HE