And I always thought it was done like we saw on finding Nemo. Where a diver goes down with a plastic bag and collects fish one at a time to supply the entire worlds aquarium population. Come to think of it, that would be a lot of dives and a lot of bags.
Practiced mostly in Southeast Asia, it originated in the Philippines. Later it was adopted by fishing areas in Indonesia, Thailand, Maldives, and Taiwan. The basis for this illegal fishing method, besides aquariums, is the rising demand for live fish in the higher-class restaurants of the big cities, particularly in rich, nearby countries, which pay increasingly high prices. The extremely low wages of the fishermen in remote, underdeveloped areas, where there are no alternative sources of income, drive them to endure the health risks and possible prosecution.
But it's all worthwhile so we can kill fish in these glass fishy jail cells.
In the new world, aquariums will be banned to help reduce the demand for cyanide fishing.
AND SO IT SHALL BE WRITTEN!