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fins

see frilled.
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Right now, about half of the remaining shark fin trade in the U.
The scientists traced 21 per cent of the Hong Kong fins back to these Western Atlantic stocks.
The appetite for shark fin soup from a few countries is demolishing shark populations worldwide," said Sakai.
This section develops a method for calculating sensible (convective) heat transfer fin efficiency under wet conditions for a classical straight fin geometry with uniform cross section.
Dorsal fins III + XIII + 10-11; anal fin I, 18-20 (usually 19-20 rays); pectoral fins 15-16: 2, 6, 7 or 2, 7, 7.
Mora disputed the award, saying that environmentalists should name the president Sharks' Number One Friend, because other Central American countries don't have regulations for unloading fins, attached or not.
The thickness of fins attached to the casting was 0.
WildAid, however, insists its information is based on well-grounded research and said it would continue its campaign against use of shark fins.
Stevens Urethane explains that the particular urethane film used for shaping each "Fab Force" model matches the rebound of the castable polyurethane used for that model, which prevents the fin from delaminating, even with repeated flexing from kicking up and down.
Each year more than 100 million sharks and shark-like fish are killed, with many of them being destroyed for their fins, the groups said.
According to New Zealand authorities, about 20,000 tons of sharks are caught every year for commercial use with 121 tons of shark fins exported.
Colour in alcohol: males pale yellow, bands mentioned above on dorsal, anal and caudal fins dusky to black, paired fins translucent.