This reef off Indonesia—laid bare to supply restaurants with live fish—Now the global trade in live reef fish may top a billion dollars a year, with many species captured by cyanide or traps. Use of dynamite to kill reef fish increases the toll taken by the live trade. In 2004, the hump-head wrasse was the first reef fish listed by the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species.
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