Comments:Bahamas become fourth country to ban shark fishing

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shark fins in China113:17, 2 March 2012

shark fins in China

Shark fins are popular in China because they're used as ways to show off one's wealth. If Chinese culture would only become less "showy", then we wouldn't have much of a shark fishing problem.

Ragettho (talk)04:40, 7 July 2011

This article is listed in the Oceania section of Wikinews. The Bahamas is in the Caribbean.

Markbroadhead (talk)13:17, 2 March 2012