Hidden shark catches

Oceana wants a strict ban that would require all sharks to be landed with their fins still naturally attached Photo: NOAA

A new report by Oceana has revealed that 24 countries may be catching sharks in the Atlantic Ocean and Mediterannean Sea but failing to report them, as required by the Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas (ICCAT).

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