Sharks Protest Princes Fishing Methods

Photo | 21 February, 2011

21 February 2011 - United Kingdom. Greenpeace activists dressed in shark costumes hand out leaflets to Princes staff as they arrive for work, confronting them with the consequences of the destructive fishing methods used by Princes to catch their tuna. Other volunteers hang large fabric “dead sharks” from a balcony over the main entrance of tuna giant Princes headquarters in Liverpool, UK, demanding an end to the company’s unsustainable fishing practices – which result in the deaths of sharks and other marine animals. Read more

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