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Sharks and stingrays have been traded for centuries — here's why that history could help save them

By Zoya Tyabji, PhD student, Biology, Dalhousie University
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Sharks and rays are traded for their meat, liver and other products. The global demand for these products has increased, and in India, the trade affects livelihoods and culture.The Conversation

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