US: Anger grows over shark fin trade

The controversial practice of removing sharks’ fins and discarding the fish at sea has long angered environmentalists.

    The controversial practice of removing sharks’ fins and discarding the fish at sea has long angered environmentalists.

    Campaigners say the demand for shark fin soup endangers the species, but moves to totally ban sales have failed.

    Al Jazeera's Andy Gallacher reports from Miami.


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