There was a time when dogfish was all the rage and local fishermen couldn't reel them in fast enough for connoisseurs as far as away as England, Italy and Germany.
The smooth and spiny sharks were a delicacy in England, where they was called chipfish - the "fish" in fish and chips.

Then came the 1990s, when the dogfish supply in the Eastern Atlantic got frightfully low.

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