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World’s whaling slaughter tallied

March 11th, 2015 (Daniel Cressey). Commercial hunting wiped out almost three million animals last century.

The first global estimate of the number of whales killed by industrial harvesting last century reveals that nearly 3 million cetaceans were wiped out in what may have been the largest cull of any animal — in terms of total biomass — in human history. 695 more words

Endangered Biodiversity

Storytelling pour une baleine

Une chasse à la baleine en Alaska. Un mélange de big-data et de storytelling. Un Moby Dick digital. Ou comment un type raconte son aventure au rythme des battements de son cœur. 233 more words

Torshavn, Faroe Islands… (Between Scotland and Iceland)

I would provide the GPS co-ordinates as well but unless you are very well travelled or studied Geography, not many people know where this tiny collection of island’s are (as evidenced by every single one of my friends when I said the Faroe Island’s!). 946 more words

Top 10 Replies to Hunters' Lies


Sources: Equallibrium.com, Straight Dope,  Physicians Committe for Responsible Medicine (PCRM) World Wildlife, Seals of Nam, Facebook,  Sea Shepherd,


Hunters’ arguments and rationalizations for their sport are so repetitive and predictable that, to save valuable time and precious mental energy, it might help to have your responses printed out ahead of time like flash cards, and kept at the ready in your back pocket. 814 more words

Japan Starts Whale Hunt Season

Baird’s Beaked (Hyperoodon ) Whale – AFTER

“Here in Wada we eat whales. Every family eats whale at least once during the summer whaling season,” said a school teacher. 191 more words

Global Disaster Watch

I had whale for lunch.

Sorry to ruin your appetite, but I had whale meat for lunch, not once, but twice this month. I am now working at Wakayama prefecture. If anyone of you have seen the “The Cove”, a grim documentary on annual dolphin hunt, well that’s a town here in Wakayama. 286 more words