Mozambique's Last Sharks
A bull shark is dragged by its jaws, ready to be finned in rural Mozambique. The fishermen had not caught a shark in many months, blaming the illegal and unregulated foreign fishing fleets which operate with impunity, far out at sea.

The community will earn the equivalent of one month's wages for the fins of a large shark.

Aaron Gekoski

Print Size: 1500x1000 mm
Frame Size: 1790x1290 mm
Paper Type: Innova Smooth Cotton High White IFA 14 315gsm
Frame Colour: Black
Exhibit: POS AG 181 01

 

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Mozambique's Last Sharks
Archival Giclee Digital Print


A bull shark is dragged by its jaws, ready to be finned in rural Mozambique. The fishermen had not caught a shark in many months, blaming the illegal and unregulated foreign fishing fleets which operate with impunity, far out at sea.

The community will earn the equivalent of one month's wages for the fins of a large shark.

Photographer:
Aaron Gekoski


Print Size: 1500x1000 mm

Frame Size: 1790x1290 mm

Exhibit: POS AG 181 01

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