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Rush for Africa’s marine species to feed demand in Asia

The booming, lucrative and often illicit trade in sea cucumbers, seahorses and fish maws threatens species and coastal communities

Poachers in prisons tell their stories

Interviews with offenders provide insight into the structure of illegal wildlife trade networks

Shark conservation plan in the balance at landmark talks

A ban on shark finning and the adoption of a global shark conservation plan is being sought at a meeting of more than 50 countries in Bonn this week.

Shark fin soup disappearing from Chinese menus

Couples marrying in Hong Kong and China have been swayed by conservation groups' campaign to ban the shark fin trade.

Shark fin: A soup with a bite

For Chinese diners in a specialist Hong Kong restaurant, smiling with anticipation, it is the highlight and centrepiece of the meal.

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