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Small cetaceans, namely dolphins are not protected by the International Whaling Commission (IWC). In fact, the IWC affords no protections for 71 (out of 80, known) cetacean species, including all dolphins and porpoises, which is why Japan can legally kill them by the tens of thousands. International law provides no protections against the killing of dolphins, and other slaughters occur in places outside of Japan.
By Danny Penman UPDATED: 12:08 EST, 5 September 2009 At the heart of a Japanese nature reserve, a horror story is unfolding. Over the coming months, thousands of dolphins - some only a few days old - will be hacked to death.
bulk of dolphins been killed in Denmark Though it may seem unbelievable, but even today this brutal, dantesque and bloody slaughter of dolphins are still carried out each year in the Faroe Islands which belong to Denmark. A country supposedly "civilized" and belonging to the European Union.
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