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Shark finning is a horrid practice where sharks are caught, have their fins cut off, then get discarded back into the ocean still alive or dead.
Aggressive overfishing threatens to push some shark species to extinction, and a new study puts annual shark deaths at 100 million.
Trophy hunters and trappers and hound hunters are taking a big toll, killing a third of the wolves in a single year in some states. If this is what recovery means, then I am sure the wolves don't want any of it.
Both the state and federal governments of Australia support and encourage the clearfelling of ancient forest.
Experts say fishing methods are to blame, with one subspecies in New Zealand down to fewer than 100 mammals. Hector's dolphins are found only in New Zealand where the population has fallen to 7,000.
Africa's western black rhino is now officially extinct according the latest review of animals and plants by the world's largest conservation network.
New figures show 26% of all sharks, rays and related species in the north-east Atlantic are threatened with extinction. Seven per cent are classed as critically endangered, while a fifth are regarded as near-threatened.
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Campaigners have described the mass slaughter of dolphins in Japan as "brutal and heartbreaking" after a mother was pictured comforting her pod before she was killed.
Up to half a million mussels were effectively cooked in the wild in unusually balmy waters on the New Zealand coast in a massive die-off that marine experts have linked to climate change.