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Faroe Islanders Turn The Sea Red By Slaughtering The Innocent Pilot Whales

During their annual killing of a herd of innocent pilot whales Faroe Islanders have turned the sea red.

During the migration, every year, innocent whales are forced to swim towards the shores of the Danish islands.

But when local fishermen catch a glimpse of them, the mammals slow down before locals get in their power boats and dinghies to close in on the large school of whales.

The locals, many of whom are dressed in full wetsuits, then wade into the water and begin to violently drag the distressed mammals up the beach.

The hunts see the locals head down to two beaches on the islands armed with spinal lances.

Around the world, there are an estimated 1,000,000 long-finned pilot whales and around 200,000 short-finned pilot whales.

Photo: Dailymail

Photo: Dailymail

Photo: Dailymail

Photo: Dailymail

Photo: Dailymail

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