Abalone Poaching Is Rampant In South Africa To Feed Demand For The High Priced Delicacy In Asia

Rampant poaching has dwindled the abalone population in South Africa’s coastal waters where the mollusks have also been over harvested, forcing buyers to look elsewhere.

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EU Endorses Tighter Shark Fishing Rules To Ensure Fishermen Respect A Ban On Slicing Off The Fins

European Union (EU) fisheries ministers meeting in Brussels endorsed an European Commission proposal that would force fishermen to bring sharks to port intact.

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Hong Kong Hotels Chain, To Stop Serving Shark Fin Menu Next year

Environmental activists have long been urging the government to stop the sale of shark fin which is commonly used in soup with some regions in Asia and especially in China.

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Dojo – An Ingredient of Ifugao Cuisine

Dojo (Misgurnus anguillacaudatus) known as the Japanese loach, was introduced into the Mountain Provinces by Japanese troops during World War II.

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