This info video will make you think twice before ordering a shark fin soup

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Shark fin soup: Shark fins used in the soup are the cartilaginous dorsal, pectoral and caudal fins. Photo credit: Wikipedia/ Audrey.

Is shark fin one of your favorite? Shark fin soup, also shark’s fin soup, is a soup preparation with the main ingredient of shark fin, among others. It as a traditional soup or stewed item usually in Chinese cuisine served at special occasions such as weddings and banquets.

Shark fins used in the soup are the cartilaginous dorsal, pectoral and caudal fins.

Fins are sometimes harvested by a process known as shark finning. The process of harvesting the fins often leaves the shark to die in the ocean after having cut the fins off.

The hunting of shark for its fins poses a major threat to the sea animal’s populations.

Sharing here the video on the official “SILENCE OF THE SHARKS” for us to become aware, responsible, responsive and more than anything, pro-active when it comes to preservation and conservation of the best things nature can give.

So advocates from Israel are speaking in behalf of the sharks made victims of man’s predatory activities, and the millions more that will be killed.

This a graphic presentation.

SILENCE OF THE SHARKS

Did you know?Sharks don't feed on humans.Humans feed on sharks.The official SILENCE OF THE SHARKS video invites you to watch, share and join the campaign to save lives and make a difference!

Posted by Silence of the Sharks on Monday, January 25, 2016

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