In Chinese cuisine, there’s shark fin soup that requires, you guessed it, shark fins. There isn’t really a set shark that is desired, however. Whatever shark they catch is fair game for shark fin soup. The most-traded shark fins in Hong Kong are hammerhead, blue, mako,thresher, silky, and sometimes great white. Because of this delicacy, shark populations have been severly damaged. Most of the time, when the finner catches a shark, they chop off the fins and leave the shark to bleed out, a slow and painful death for the creatures.
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