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    Proposed San Francisco Ban On Sale Of Shark Fins Stirs Protest And Debate


    Alice Newstead inspects shark hooks that she had pierced into her skin during a demonstration against the shark fin trade




    Alice Newstead inspects shark hooks that she had pierced into her skin during a demonstration against the shark fin trade




    Alice Newstead inspects shark hooks that she had pierced into her skin during a demonstration against the shark fin trade


    Suspension artist and LUSH Cosmetics employee Alice Newstead hangs from a scaffold by shark hooks that she had pierced into her skin during a demonstration against the shark fin trade at a LUSH Cosmetic store on August 24, 2011 in San Francisco, California. As part of a LUSH Cosmetics global campaign against shark finning, suspension artist Alice Newstead had her skin pierced with shark hooks and suspended herself from a scaffolding. California State Assembly Bill 376 has been introduced and would ban the sale, purchase or possession of shark fins in California starting on Jan. 1, 2013. Those against the bill complain that it targets a cultural institution of Chinese citizens who eat shark fin soup. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)




    Glass containers filled with shark fins




    Glass containers filled with shark fins


    Glass containers filled with shark fins are displayed at a store in Chinatown on August 24, 2011 in San Francisco, California. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)


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Proposed San Francisco Ban On Sale Of Shark Fins Stirs Protest And Debate


Alice Newstead inspects shark hooks that she had pierced into her skin during a demonstration against the shark fin trade




Alice Newstead inspects shark hooks that she had pierced into her skin during a demonstration against the shark fin trade




Alice Newstead inspects shark hooks that she had pierced into her skin during a demonstration against the shark fin trade


Suspension artist and LUSH Cosmetics employee Alice Newstead hangs from a scaffold by shark hooks that she had pierced into her skin during a demonstration against the shark fin trade at a LUSH Cosmetic store on August 24, 2011 in San Francisco, California. As part of a LUSH Cosmetics global campaign against shark finning, suspension artist Alice Newstead had her skin pierced with shark hooks and suspended herself from a scaffolding. California State Assembly Bill 376 has been introduced and would ban the sale, purchase or possession of shark fins in California starting on Jan. 1, 2013. Those against the bill complain that it targets a cultural institution of Chinese citizens who eat shark fin soup. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)




Glass containers filled with shark fins




Glass containers filled with shark fins


Glass containers filled with shark fins are displayed at a store in Chinatown on August 24, 2011 in San Francisco, California. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)


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