Killer Dinner

Shark Fin Soup

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100 million sharks are killed every year.

  • Never buy Shark Fin Soup

  • Make sure your cosmetics and skin care products do not contain shark squalene (liver oil).

  • Support the Shark Allies organization and sign their petitions to help save sharks!

What can you do?

"An estimated 100 million sharks are killed every year." - National Geographic 

Sharks are on their way toward extinction and one of the main reasons sharks are being killed is because of a popular dish in China called Shark Fin Soup. The fins are brutally cut off of the sharks and often times the sharks are thrown back into the ocean to sink and die a painful death.

Did you know?

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Often time the sharks are thrown back into the ocean to sink and die.

The fins of the shark are brutally cut off.

Sharks are not the scary ones... we are!

For every 100 million sharks killed per year, about six to eight humans are killed by sharks every year.

Watch these documentaries to learn more!

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Donate today!

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A Taste of Blood

Tiger Bone Wine

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  • Ever wonder what happens to the tigers killed by poachers in India and Nepal?  In some cases their bones are steeped in distilled spirits in China to 
    produce tiger bone wine.

  • At a secret factory in China, a reporter for the South China Morning Post found 600 tiger skeletons soaking in alcohol to produce 200,000 bottles of wine.

  • Many Asian communities believe that tiger bone, in powdered form or prepared as, “tiger wine,” soothes rheumatic pain and cures ulcers, malaria and burns.

  • For more than 1,000 years the use of tiger parts has been included in the traditional Chinese medicine regimen. Because of the tiger’s strength and mythical power, the Chinese culture believes that the tiger has medicinal qualities, which helps treat chronic ailments, cure disease and replenish the body’s essential energy.

- Big Cat Rescue & Tigers In Crisis

Did you know?

What can you do?

  • Never buy tiger wine

Watch episode 7 “Tigers” of this documentary series to learn more!

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