In this Dec. 30, 2005 photo Jim DePompei of the Cabrillo Marine Aquarium holds a sea cucumber in the tide pools at Cabrillo Beach in the San Pedro section of Los Angeles. A father and son have been indicted on charges of smuggling illegally harvested sea cucumbers worth more than $17 million into the United States and selling the Chinese delicacy on Asian markets, Friday, May 19, 2017.
In this Dec. 30, 2005 photo Jim DePompei of the Cabrillo Marine Aquarium holds a sea cucumber in the tide pools at Cabrillo Beach in the San Pedro section of Los Angeles. A father and son have been indicted on charges of smuggling illegally harvested sea cucumbers worth more than $17 million into the United States and selling the Chinese delicacy on Asian markets, Friday, May 19, 2017. Los Angeles Daily News via AP Sean Hiller
In this Dec. 30, 2005 photo Jim DePompei of the Cabrillo Marine Aquarium holds a sea cucumber in the tide pools at Cabrillo Beach in the San Pedro section of Los Angeles. A father and son have been indicted on charges of smuggling illegally harvested sea cucumbers worth more than $17 million into the United States and selling the Chinese delicacy on Asian markets, Friday, May 19, 2017. Los Angeles Daily News via AP Sean Hiller

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