Dolphin hunt

Tue Jan 21 2014, 14:01 hrs
Japanese fishermen drove a large group of dolphins into the shallows and killed at least 30 on Tuesday, hiding themselves behind a tarpaulin, as the annual dolphin hunt that sparked protest in the West entered its final stages.
In Photo: Dolphins are seen at a cove in Taiji, western Japan. (Reuters)
Japanese fishermen drove a large group of dolphins into the shallows and killed at least 30 on Tuesday, hiding themselves behind a tarpaulin, as the annual dolphin hunt that sparked protest in the West entered its final stages. In Photo: Dolphins are seen at a cove in Taiji, western Japan. (Reuters)
Japanese fishermen drove a large group of dolphins into the shallows and killed at least 30 on Tuesday, hiding themselves behind a tarpaulin, as the annual dolphin hunt that sparked protest in the West entered its final stages. Every year the fishermen of Taiji, in western Wakayama prefecture, drive hundreds of dolphins into a cove, select some for sale to marine parks, release some and kill the rest for meat.
In Photo: Dolphins are seen at a cove in Taiji, western Japan. (Reuters)
Japanese fishermen drove a large group of dolphins into the shallows and killed at least 30 on Tuesday, hiding themselves behind a tarpaulin, as the annual dolphin hunt that sparked protest in the West entered its final stages. Every year the fishermen of Taiji, in western Wakayama prefecture, drive hundreds of dolphins into a cove, select some for sale to marine parks, release some and kill the rest for meat. In Photo: Dolphins are seen at a cove in Taiji, western Japan. (Reuters)
Japanese fishermen drove a large group of dolphins into the shallows and killed at least 30 on Tuesday, hiding themselves behind a tarpaulin, as the annual dolphin hunt that sparked protest in the West entered its final stages. 
In Photos: Fishermen hunt dolphins in the shallows of a cove in Taiji, western Japan (Reuters)
Japanese fishermen drove a large group of dolphins into the shallows and killed at least 30 on Tuesday, hiding themselves behind a tarpaulin, as the annual dolphin hunt that sparked protest in the West entered its final stages. In Photos: Fishermen hunt dolphins in the shallows of a cove in Taiji, western Japan (Reuters)
In an unusual move, US ambassador to Japan Caroline Kennedy has expressed deep concern over the traditional dolphin hunt in western Japan, where local fisherman corral dolphins in a secluded bay before killing many for meat. 
In Photo: Fishermen in wetsuits hunt dolphins at a cove in Taiji, western Japan. (Reuters)
In an unusual move, US ambassador to Japan Caroline Kennedy has expressed deep concern over the traditional dolphin hunt in western Japan, where local fisherman corral dolphins in a secluded bay before killing many for meat. In Photo: Fishermen in wetsuits hunt dolphins at a cove in Taiji, western Japan. (Reuters)
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