Whale Protection Activists Of The WDSF/ProWal Cover Whaling Scandals On Faroe Islands

Banner on a hotel roof to Faroe Islands Parliament against whale Moren hoisted on the European Faroe Islands in the North Atlantic, which lie between the Scottish Shetland Isles and Iceland at the height of Norway, a bloody slaughter of up to a thousand whales and other species of Dolphin takes place every year. The founder of the Wal and dolphin protection forum (WDSF), Jurgen Obodo, and the organisation of ProWal, Andreas Morlok, revealed many scandals of the whale slaughter now during their stay on the island group. The Faroe Islands do not belong to the EU, but are connected with the Association of the Kingdom of Denmark. They have their own legislation and are largely independent. Denmark itself adheres to the international ban on whaling. Once a Waldorf School is spotted by fishing boats, by helicopter or by the ferries between the islands of 18, is spreading this message through SMS, telephone and radio like a wildfire across the whole island group with approximately 48,000 inhabitants. Sofar may find it difficult to be quoted properly. When the dogging used recently also speedboats and jet skis, with the Faroese referring to at their gruesome whaling still their old traditions.

To put the whales into panic, use the fishermen of Pinger (Fastakat), which are dragged on ropes behind the boats and thereby produce siren-like noises. Stones are thrown into the water to create an artificial wall by the air bubbles, which irritates the sonar of the animals. Approx. 800 dolphins, it mostly pilot whales, pilot whales as were the bloody killings in different parts of the archipelago to the victims already this year. Alone in Klaksvik with approximately 4,850 inhabitants in the North-East of the Faroe Islands, pilot whales were slaughtered in the July 228. The two whale protectors, which itself had issued as fisherman, asked residents and shop owners at the Klaksviker port to the exact end of the hunt.