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Horror greets Iceland's killing of suspected blue whale

The Age Thursday, 12 July 2018 ()
Horror greets Iceland's killing of suspected blue whaleIf it is a blue whale, it will be the first time a member of that species has been harpooned in half a century.
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News video: Endangered Blue Whale Illegally Slaughtered by Icelandic Whalers, Claim Activists

▶ Endangered Blue Whale Illegally Slaughtered by Icelandic Whalers, Claim Activists 01:33

Sea Shepherd, an international anti-whaling organization, condemned the Icelandic whaling company Hvalur hf on July 11, claiming they illegally slaughtered an endangered blue whale.Footage captured by Sea Shepherd showed workers of Kristjan Loftsson’s company, Hvalur hf, posing with an...

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