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Dried Shark Fin

£6,500.00 / Ton

SUPPLY ABILITY 1600 TONES / MONTH

Dried Shark Fin

Shark finning is the act of removing fins from sharks and discarding the rest of the shark back into the ocean. This act is prohibited in many countries. The sharks are often still alive when discarded, but without their fins.

NOAA Fisheries first banned shark finning in the Atlantic Ocean in 1993 because of the role it played in overfishing. Congress extended the ban to any vessel in the U.S. Exclusive Economic Zone with the Shark Finning Prohibition Act of 2000 and Shark Conservation Act of 2010.

 CHARACTERISTICS OF SHARK FIN

  • Unlike most bony fishes, the upper lobe of a shark’s caudal fin is larger than the lower lobe. …
  • The paired pectoral fins compensate for this downward motion. …
  • Paired pelvic fins stabilize the shark.
  • One or two dorsal fins stabilize the shark.
Here’s a simple guide to understanding what types of fins there are and what they do for the different species of sharks.
  • Dorsal Fins. Dorsal fins are probably the most recognized of all shark fins. …
  • Pectoral Fins. Pectoral fins are essential the “wings” of the shark. …
  • Pelvic Fins. …
  • Anal Fins. …
  • Caudal Fins.
The sharks of interest have distinct white dorsal fin markings (1 and 2) OR their dorsal fins are tall, slender from leading edge to trailing edge and light brown (3). Dorsal fins are the same color on both sides (see right and left side views below).

Our shark fin wholesale supply offers high quality and best price products with good service.

Shark fin is a Chinese delicacy, expensive and rare in china. It is procured from a shark’s dorsal fin with its unique shape and texture. The fin’s main component is collagen, which has the functions of moisturizing, medicating and nourishing to help repair damaged skin.

Dried shark fins, we can supply 4000 kg of dried shark fins monthly.