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2014-02-19 08:24:47

The Jeffrey Epstein VI Foundation and WildAid Inc. applaud China's largest embargo of Ivory. NEW YORK, Feb.

2013-08-01 23:01:28

InfographDesign.Com calls for awareness on shark finning practices leading up to popular TV show “Shark Week”. San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) August 01, 2013

New Shark Fin Protection For Five Species
2013-03-11 20:49:48

Five shark species have received protection against finning trade, which causes millions of sharks to be killed every year.

China Places Ban On Shark Fin Soup
2012-07-05 12:31:39

Chinese officials on Tuesday said the country will ban shark fin soup from government banquets and official state dinners within three years -- an announcement that has been welcomed by marine protection advocates, but has drawn backlash from others, who see it as a lowball attempt to obscure the facts.

New Legislation Prohibits Sale And Possession Of Shark Fins
2011-09-13 04:52:22

Campaigns to save shark species have progressed in the past week as the California State Senate passed a ban on the sale and possession of shark fins last Tuesday.

2011-07-13 06:53:00

U.S. government will grant strong protection for rare shark-like ray WASHINGTON, July 13, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Shark Advocates International is applauding the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) decision to list largetooth sawfish (Pristisperotteti) under the U.S.

2011-03-09 19:26:00

HAGATNA, Guam, March 9, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- With passage of Bill 44, the US Territory of Guam has now become the third place in the Pacific that has taken a definite stand against shark finning, the trade of fins and shark fin soup. (Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20110309/SF62412-a) (Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20110309/SF62412-b) June 2010 marked the legislative breakthrough effort of the Hawaii shark fin bill.


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