Sea turns red with blood after whale hunt in Faroe Islands

Posted In Ecosystem Destruction, News
Aug
17


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Images of a whale hunt in the Faroe Islands 200 miles north of Scotland have sparked renewed anger from conservationists and animal activists.

The pictures show dozens of whales being herded into a bay where they are killed, the sea turning red with their blood…

Read Full Article, CNN (08-17-2018)

Whale hunt in Faroe Islands turns sea red with blood; BBC News (08-16-2018)

Savagery without Borders: Whaling: When the sands turns from white to blood red in the bays; (09-29-2010)
Denmark is involved in a shameful practice. While it may seem incredible, even today a whale slaughtering custom continues, in the Faroe Islands. The sea is stained in red and currently it’s not because of the climate or effects of nature. It is the slaughtering of hundreds of the famous and intelligent Calderon dolphins, which are a type of Pilot whales. An intelligent dolphin that is placid and approaches humans out of friendliness…

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