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14 September 2010

Victims unite to save sharks

They've lost arms, legs, ankle parts, but nine survivors of encounters with sharks said that the oceans' greatest predator - not man - should fear the water.

They've lost arms, legs, ankle parts, but nine survivors of encounters with sharks said that the oceans' greatest predator - not man - should fear the water.

Rampant overfishing is driving some species to the brink of extinction, with 73 million sharks killed annually just to feed Asia's demand for shark fin soup.

 
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