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Fin Trade Imperils Basking Shark

April 23, 2007 - Washington Post

Basking sharks continue to be hunted for their fins despite global protections for the world's second-largest fish, a new report indicates.

Using DNA analysis, researchers found fins from the sharks -- which have been declared endangered by the World Conservation Union and are under strict international trade regulations -- in both the Japanese and Hong Kong markets.

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