Harpoon whaling from Norwegian ship. Archive film 91262
2015 Norway Whale Slaughter
Seas of Change - why Norwegian whaling belongs in the past
Whaling in Norway involves subsidized hunting of minke whales for use as animal and human food in Norway and for export to Japan. Whale hunting has been a part of Norwegian coastal culture for centuries, and commercial operations targeting the minke whale have occurred since the early 20th century. Some still continue the practice in the modern day.
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