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Second Blue/Hybrid whale harpooned by Icelandic whaling company Hvalur hr in 2018
Second Blue/Hybrid whale harpooned by Icelandic whaling company Hvalur hr in 2018
Whale 98 appears to be another potential Blue / Fin whale hybrid harpooned by Icelandic whaling company 'Hvalur hf'. Whale 98 has many of the features of 'whale 22' which Icelandic whaling company 'Hvalur hf' claims was a hybrid Blue/Fin whale but which Sea Shepherd maintains was a Blue whale. Wha...
Dolphins being inhumanely killed at Hvannasund in the Faroe Islands - 2018
Dolphins being inhumanely killed at Hvannasund in the Faroe Islands - 2018
WARNING - GRAPHIC VIDEO OF DOLPHINS BEING KILLED Atlantic White Sided Dolphins suffering long painful deaths at the hands of the Faroese during a grindadráp hunt of a mixed pod of 80+ Pilot Whales and 13+ dolphins
Hvannasund grindadráp in Faore Islands 16th August 2018
Hvannasund grindadráp in Faore Islands 16th August 2018
The killing of one of the last remaining long finned Pilot Whales from a pod of over 80 which along with 13+ Atlantic White Sided Dolphins lost their lives on the rocky beach at Hvannasund in the NE of the Faroe Islands on the 16th August 2018 Filmed by Sea Shepherd UK covert crew.
Hvannasund grindadráp in Faroe Islands - 16th August 2018
Hvannasund grindadráp in Faroe Islands - 16th August 2018
WARNING - GRAPHIC VIDEO! Grindadráp hunt of pilot whales filmed by Sea Shepherd UK covert crew at Hvannasund in the Faroe Islands on the 16th August 2018
Grindadráp at Sandavágur in the Faroe Islands - 30th July 2018
Grindadráp at Sandavágur in the Faroe Islands - 30th July 2018
This video was filmed by one of Sea Shepherd UK's covert crew on Operation Bloody Fjords 2018 in the Faroe Islands. This unedited footage is of the grindadráp at Sandavágur on the 30th July 2018 during which 135 long finned pilot whales were ­killed. This grindadráp was filmed, photographed a...
Whale watching in Iceland - Is this what you want to see?
Whale watching in Iceland - Is this what you want to see?
Whale watching in Iceland - Is this what you want to see? Iceland is one of only three nations (including Norway and Japan) that have chosen to ignore the international moratorium on hunting whales, established in 1986. Hvalur hf's aging whaling ships use exploding harpoon guns that cause immense p...
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