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INDONESIA/
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June 28, 2008
A worker dries fins of sharks in a fish port in Banyuwangi in Indonesia's East Java province June 27,...
Banyuwangi, Indonesia
A worker dries fins of sharks in a fish port in Banyuwangi in Indonesia's East Java province
A worker dries fins of sharks in a fish port in Banyuwangi in Indonesia's East Java province June 27, 2008. A group of fisherman can catch about 4 to 8 tons of shark during a 15-day period out at sea, a fisherman said. Fishermen traditionally catch sharks during the months of July and August. Picture taken June 27, 2008. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA/
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June 05, 2008
A fisherman cuts a fin from a shark at Lampulo fish market at Indonesia's Aceh province June 5, 2008....
Banda Aceh, Indonesia
A fisherman cuts a fin from a shark at Lampulo fish market at Indonesia's Aceh province
A fisherman cuts a fin from a shark at Lampulo fish market at Indonesia's Aceh province June 5, 2008. A shark can be sold between 250,000 - 4,000,000 rupiah ($27-$424) each, a fisherman said. Shark fin soup is considered a delicacy in this region, while the meat of the fish often seen as a ferocious sea predator is largely shunned because of its strong taste. Recently Bali-based chef Budi Susilo says he's come up with a way to make shark more palatable, and less vulnerable to being discarded in the ocean after its lucrative fin has been carved out. REUTERS/Tarmizy Harva (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA/
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June 05, 2008
Sharks are displayed at Lampulo fish market at Indonesia's Aceh province June 5, 2008. A shark can be...
Banda Aceh, Indonesia
Sharks are displayed at Lampulo fish market at Indonesia's Aceh province
Sharks are displayed at Lampulo fish market at Indonesia's Aceh province June 5, 2008. A shark can be sold between 250,000 - 4,000,000 rupiah ($27-$424) each, a fisherman said. Shark fin soup is considered a delicacy in this region, while the meat of the fish often seen as a ferocious sea predator is largely shunned because of its strong taste. Recently Bali-based chef Budi Susilo says he's come up with a way to make shark more palatable, and less vulnerable to being discarded in the ocean after its lucrative fin has been carved out.
REUTERS/Tarmizy Harva (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA/
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June 05, 2008
Sharks are displayed at Lampulo fish market at Indonesia's Aceh province June 5, 2008. A shark can be...
Banda Aceh, Indonesia
Sharks are displayed at Lampulo fish market at Indonesia's Aceh province
Sharks are displayed at Lampulo fish market at Indonesia's Aceh province June 5, 2008. A shark can be sold between 250,000 - 4,000,000 rupiah ($27-$424) each, a fisherman said. Shark fin soup is considered a delicacy in this region, while the meat of the fish often seen as a ferocious sea predator is largely shunned because of its strong taste. Recently Bali-based chef Budi Susilo says he's come up with a way to make shark more palatable, and less vulnerable to being discarded in the ocean after its lucrative fin has been carved out.
REUTERS/Tarmizy Harva (INDONESIA)
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