Plundered for their unique body parts, sawfish are on the brink

Sawfish are the most endangered group of marine fish in the world, largely thanks to overfishing and habitat loss. Formerly abundant, they have disappeared from many countries' waters, and in many others they are scarcely holding on.

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Last updated on 09 July 2014

Type: 
Media Watch
Threats: 
Habitat loss and degradation
Human Disturbance
Species group: 
Fish