Shark hunt: Sea Shepherd activists bring Timor-Leste police to Chinese-owned boat

Environmental activist group says it is detaining vessels for Timorese police after Chinese-owned fleet allegedly targeted sharks The ocean activist group Sea Shepherd says it has delivered armed Timor-Leste police on to a Chinese-owned fishing vessel in a dawn raid and is detaining the vessels for the police after it was found targeting sharks.Following a two-week hunt for the Pingtan Marine Enterprises fleet, the Sea Shepherd boat M/Y Ocean Warrior found the vessels 150km south of Timor-Leste, allegedly fishing with gill nets anchored to the bottom of the sea, which would suggest they were targeting bottom-dwellers such as sharks. Continue reading...

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