The brutal acts performed in the the name of tradition has always been in talks whether its any country, recently in the Faroe Islands region hunters butchered 23 whales in an annual hunt called ‘the grind’.
The sea turned red with blood from the dead mammals, the site was vivid and a calf was also cut from the womb of its dead mother.
Tourists watched on and clicked pictures from meters away from the dockside, as the whales were slaughtered for their blubber and meat.
According to Lad Bible, The killings took place on Friday in the bay of Hvalvik and it also states that this is the 10th whale hunt in the Faroe Islands this year, with more than 536 pilot whales killed in totality.
The whales were dragged to the shore in boats by fishermen and then slaughtered brutally.
The world’s oldest whale hunt,the grind is swiftly becoming a social event wherein you can see parents laughing and chatting as children played on the killing beach, said the Charity Sea Shepherd UK.
These barberic acts should be curbed from roots.