Shark Caught In Mexico Is Exhibited And Mocked In Nets (WARNING Images Contain Sensitive Content)

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It is worth mentioning that this species is not protected by the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources, so it is on the list of exploitable marine animals by Sagarpa.

They catch a shark in Villa del Mar, they exhibit it and they mock a group of fishermen from the Port of Veracruz in nets.

In an unprecedented event, a group of maritime hunters managed to take a bull shark as prey in coastal waters.

They display it and mock it on networks after hunting their prey

Taking advantage of the low influx of the coronavirus in Veracruz, the boatmen were able to kill and hunt the fish, and later display it on their Facebook accounts, as reported by a civil association.

The user by the name of Mike Torres, uploaded photos of the catch with the caption “Mommy if you want, your shark arrived here (sic)”, excerpted from the song “Safaera” by Bad Bunny.

It is worth mentioning that this species is not protected by the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources, so it is on the list of exploitable marine animals by Sagarpa.

Shark caught in Villa del Mar by local fishermen

Shark Caught In Mexico Is Exhibited And Mocked In Nets

According to La Silla Rota, the kilo of shark sells for between 100 and 150m pesos, while the fins are priced at 500 and 600 pesos, since they supposedly help for health and are aphrodisiac.

Fishermen will be spending more time at sea to catch other species and market them to tourists, despite the coronavirus contingency.

Shark Caught In Mexico Is Exhibited And Mocked In Nets

 

Source: El Dictamen MX