Ploughshare rays are sliced alive by ocean fishing boats and thrown back into the sea. A plough that has lost its dorsal fin



  • Ploughshare rays are sliced alive by ocean fishing boats and thrown back into the sea. Ploughshares without dorsal fins cannot survive.
    Ploughshares and many large rays are also victims of the shark fin trade.
    Fig. 1: Workers throw plough rays without dorsal fins back into the sea.
    Fig. 2 is finning.
    Photo Source: Yuyang, Greenpeace


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