Norway whalers take first whales of hunting season: official

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May
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Whale hunting, Norway. Photo source: Library of Congress

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Norwegian whale hunters have harpooned the first three whales of the year, off Bear Island, nearly a month after the controversial hunting season began.

Norway and Iceland are, with Japan, the only countries to defy the 1986 international moratorium on commercial whaling, claiming Minke whale stocks are large enough to be hunted…

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