It is using cyanide to stun and capture live coral reed fish to supply to market for aquarium fish. Check out the link for more information.
Cyanide fishing, as its name implies, makes use of cyanide to stun and capture live coral reed fish in order to supply the growing market for aquarium fish. Cyanide has also been used to capture larger live reef fish for sale to specialty restaurants.
Cyanide fishing is an illegal practice in the collection of reef fish for the aquarium trade. Sodium cyanide is sprayed on fish near a coral reef, forcing them to retreat inside the coral. The divers then break off the section of coral, collecting it an the creatures inside. The cyanide is harmful to the coral and many non-target species.
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