Das, Thakur and Sundaram, Sujit and Mane, Sushant (2007) Ray skin- an emerging unconventional source of leather. Marine Fisheries Information Service, Technical and Extension Series (192). pp. 17-18.
Due to the ever-increasing demand for leather products, alternative sources are constantly being explored. Of late, a new trend in using fish skin is gaining momentum, which may become an important event in the development of leather industry. Fish leather has a good tensile strength as any other leather. The process is highly cost-effective, as the raw material generated is generally discarded at fish markets.
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