On the 13th of Sept. RT news website The report cited Danish local media. And marine conservation organizations found that the tradition of hunting whales and dolphins on the Faroe Islands (grindadráp) that appears in the red sea. This year, fishermen go out to herd whales and dolphins into the bay. A total of 1,428 were slaughtered, believing that this year might be the year with the most dolphin slaughter. Since the beginning of this tradition for the first time in 1584.
by each year Fishermen on the Faroe Islands hunt and kill about 400-800 dolphins to carry on the tradition, most of them pilot whales, bottlenose dolphins and white-headed dolphins. Sometimes there will also be dolphins with Rizzo.
Blue Planet Society said villagers don’t normally keep records of how many whales and dolphins are killed each year. The most recent record was 430 in 2013.
Historically, whaling and dolphins were legal in Denmark. This is because local laws allow fishermen to kill whales and dolphins. who often swim through the Faroe Islands during their migration The fishermen set sail to herd whales and dolphins into the bay and kill them. While this tradition is condemned by conservationists around the world, It was a brutal act of bloodshed.