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The captain of a Sea Shepherd speedboat who was attempting to guide a pod of over 200 Atlantic white-sided dolphins from slaughter on a Faroe Islands 'killing beach' has been convicted by a Danish court on animal cruelty charges.

from Hostelman.com

Við Áir Museum in Við Áir, Streymoy, Faroe Islands

Við Áir is a former whaling station on the east coast of Streymoy in the Faroe Islands, near the village Hvalvík. Við Áir means "by the rivers" (á mean... Get more information about the Við Áir Museum on Hostelman.com #attraction #Faroe #Islands #museum #travel #destinations #tips #packing #ideas #budget #trips

Pilot Whales Slaughtered in Faroe Islands | Sport Diver

Every year for over a thousand years, hundreds of pilot whales have been rounded up, cornered and slaughtered by hand on the beaches of the Faroe Islands.

https://flic.kr/p/rmBgR2 | The "Kaskelot" at Sutton Harbour, Plymouth | When I called in to Plymouth recently I certainly wasn't expecting to see one of the historic tall ships tied up alongside the former fish quay at the Barbican. The Kaskelot (Danish for sperm whale), is a three-masted barque and was built in Denmark in 1948 to resemble a Greenland whale fishing boat. It was initially used for coastal trade between settlements on Greenland and the Faroe Islands and is equipped with…

Disgusting Pagan Practices Still Common! "As of recent i was alarmed to find out that practices (Blood Rituals) such as the one in this post continue to be a part of the lifestyle and tradition of so called "Human Beings". An annual ritual of killing called "Grindarap" is an ushering and mass slaughter of whales, dolphins and other ocean life on to the shores of Faroe Islands in Denmark" hotep365.com™: November 2011

from Express.co.uk

We kill whales because its communal, natural and sustainable' say Faroe Islands officials

We kill whales because its communal, natural and sustainable' say Faroe Islands officials THE Faroe Island authorities defend the right to hunt whales because it is “sustainable and regulated, communal and natural”. . Cruise lines to abandon Faroe Islands following horrific mass whale slaughter