Shame on Danemark!: A brutal slaughtering of pilots whales took place at the Faroe Islands turning the sea red with blood!
Witnesses: Slain on the beaches, hundreds of locals come down to watch the brutal slaughter with glee!
The brutal slaughtering of pilots whales took place at the Faroe Islands. The annual hunt is known as the grindadráp, where locals wade into the water and use knifes and harpoons to kill the stranded whales
Although whaling is illegal in Denmark, it is allowed in the Faroe Islands
Shame on the Danish people! Ban this country that don’t respect whales, one of the greatest animals on Earth
Contemplating: Local Faroese men reflect in the bloodstained water after the horrendous hunt
Their bodies lie beached on the dark shore, large slash marks penetrate the neck and sides of the whale as the blood mixes with the cold water.
Known as the grindadráp, the brutal slaughtering of pilots whales in the Danish owned Faroe Islands took place yesterday.
As many as 250 whales were reportedly massacred on two beaches in Bøur and Tórshavn as locals used harpoons and knifes to hack the whales to death.