In 2015, authorities seized hundreds of shark fins, shown here, in Ecuador bound forAsia. This week, Florida marine officers stopped a shrimp boat north of Key West with dozens of fins.
In 2015, authorities seized hundreds of shark fins, shown here, in Ecuador bound forAsia. This week, Florida marine officers stopped a shrimp boat north of Key West with dozens of fins. Ecuador's Attorney General AP
In 2015, authorities seized hundreds of shark fins, shown here, in Ecuador bound forAsia. This week, Florida marine officers stopped a shrimp boat north of Key West with dozens of fins. Ecuador's Attorney General AP

Butchered shark fins seized from shrimp boat off Key West

March 31, 2017 05:39 PM

UPDATED March 31, 2017 06:10 PM

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