Eighth Grader’s Shark Fin Research Featured in Johns Hopkins Magazine

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On the assumption that shark fins were largely composed of cartilage, Park eighth grader Sophie Elisseeff wondered whether it would be possible to grow shark fins in the lab. Her motivation: the possibility of saving millions of animals from death due to the practice of harvesting shark fins for soup. Read about her research in Johns Hopkins Magazine.

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