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Whalers are accused of killing a rare blue whale off of Iceland

MailOnline Wednesday, 11 July 2018
Whalers are accused of killing a rare blue whale off of IcelandThe massive mammal, which experts said was a blue whale, was chopped up to be sold to Japan where it is eaten as a delicacy, after the Icelandic crew took turns posing for photos on its back.
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News video: Whalers Kill First Blue Whale In Over 40 Years

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An Icelandic commercial whaling company, Hvalur hf, has reportedly killed a blue whale. The blue whale is an endangered species and the largest animal known in existence. Anti-whaling group Sea Shepherd claimed the company had killed and butchered a blue whale in Hvalfjordur, Iceland. We have never...

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