November 29, 2022
100 dolphins killed in massacre in New Faroe Islands

100 dolphins killed in massacre in New Faroe Islands

07/31/2022 17:48


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07/31/2022 17:58

hunters Kill 100 dolphins Friday (29) in Skálafjörður, in the Faroe Islands, a dependency of Denmark. Among the dead mammals, 98 of them are adults, one is in the mother’s womb and the other is a puppyAccording to conservation group Sea Shepherd.

According to Skálafjörður police, this was the first time that poachers had used a spear designed to speed up killing time and reduce animal suffering. Experts, however, reject this claim.

100 dolphins were killed in the massacre of the New Faroe Islands (Photo: Sea Shepherd)“The death of 100 of these dolphins is a political sign To show the world that dolphin hunters in the Faroe Islands don’t care what their own people or the international community thinks,” said Astrid Fox, policy director at WDC (Whale and Dolphin Conservation), an organization dedicated to the study and conservation of whales, dolphins and porpoises.

Some animals have The boat propeller crop marks Where boats collided or passed over them. According to the NGO, Animals are caught in the sea and taken to the sand where they are killed.

100 dolphins were killed in the massacre of the New Faroe Islands (Photo: Sea Shepherd)100 dolphins were killed in the massacre of the New Faroe Islands (Photo: Sea Shepherd)