Overfishing: The Shark Population

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According to the article, Shark populations healthy but still at risk, study finds, by Timothy Hurley, overfishing is the main cause of the population declining. Numerous sharks have been caught and thrown back after their fins have been cut off, the process is known as finning. For this reason, fins are used for soup, a delicacy known as shark fin soup. The dish supposedly offers various benefits to our bodies. However there is no scientific fact to support it. As the demands for shark fins increase, more sharks result in death. First and foremost, the practice is negatively impacting the population and environment. We need to raise awareness to revive the shark

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