Dozens of weary Indonesian fishermen sail into a busy port on the resort island of Bali celebrating their lucrative and controversial haul that is destined to end up at Chinese banquets.
An undated file photo, released by Conservation International, shows fishermen apprehended by community patrol holding carcasses of dead sharks caught in Raja Ampat, a declared shark and manta ray sanctuary, in West Papua province of Indonesia. Ninety percent of the world's sharks have disappeared over the past 100 years, mostly due to overfishing.
The fishermen show off about 100 shark fins, already sliced off the carcasses, that are ready to be sold to middle-men and then most likely onwards to mainland China or cities around the world with big Chinese populations.
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