Sometimes I think that eating anything is an intrinsically immoral action. If life is a right of any living thing (it isn't obvious to me that it is, btw) then by what right do we take a life to eat it? Our own right to life?
I'm sure I don't know. But one thing I am sure of is that I don't like reading this piece of crap about an abandoned ship loaded with endangered species that had been destined to end up as dinner in China.
'Noah's Ark' of 5,000 rare animals found floating off the coast of China | Special reports | Guardian Unlimited