A gruesome hoard of thousands of bloodied shark fins has been snapped drying on the top of rooftop of an industrial building.
Photos taken by environmental campaigner Gary Stokes shed light on the scale of the trade, centred on the island, which is estimated to see 75 million sharks killed each year.
The animals are generally left to die in the seas after the fins have been harvested. But the profits are huge - fins sell for up to £195 a kilo.
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