In the Feroe Islands not far from the capital: Torshavn, men massacre dolphins by hundreds.
It is not a matter of food, nor economic interest. It is only by tradition, perhaps their ancestors in the Middle Ages did so out of necessity. Today despicable practices have no reason to exist.
The Feroe Islands are an autonomous archipelago, but still dependent on the Danish Crown still dependent on Denmark, does member of the European Union. The massacre of these Dolphins last all year, but the maximum of this genocide is practice between June and October.
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