Fish Leather is Here, it’s Sustainable – and it’s Made From Invasive Species to Boot

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  • Inversa is a company that turns an invasive fish species, the lionfish, into fish leather.
  • The fish hides are tanned with drying agents and dye and then are sold to partner companies to be turned into high-end products, including wallets, belts and handbags.
  • These fish hides can help save up to 70,000 native reef fish.

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