Should We Be Paying More Attention To Where Fishermen Sell Their Fish?


I’m no investigative reporter or knower of all things conservation, but I was concerned when I met a fishermen with two had-been grey sharks. He told me that there was a market selling them to establishments who in turn sold them on as Kabeljou.

This sounded wrong to me and I need to show it. He made no secret, let me take pics, and said it supplemented his income.

I have heard of this before. How can we do more to protect our sea life!


Baby greys, hard for a fish loving girl like me to see ….

Know your fish, ask questions in restaurants, don’t believe all you’re told.

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