Yes, humans in Faroe Islands killed over 1,400 dolphins in a single day and the water in this area turned red with blood and blood-stained water on the island of Eysturoy.
Yes, humans in Faroe Islands killed over 1,400 dolphins in a single day and the water in this area turned red with blood and blood-stained water on the island of Eysturoy.

Yes, humans in Faroe Islands killed over 1,400 dolphins in a single day and the water in this area turned red with blood and blood-stained water on the island of Eysturoy.

They said this is their tradition and the practice of dolphin hunting in the Faroe Islands to kill these helpless mammals. It made me really sick in my stomach.

These people were using their boats and herded thousands of dolphins into shallow waters at Skalabotnur beach in Eysturoy. So they killed over 1,400 dolphins with knives.

The Faroese government acknowledged that the people killed around 600 pilot whales every year.  This year they butchered over 1,400 dolphins in a single day.  In my opinion, this killing should be stopped and they can try to find alternative ways for food.

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