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Icelandic Fin whaling restarts after two years hiatus

After a two year hiatus, Iceland has carried out its threat to resume whaling with the vessel “Hvalur 8” leaving Rekjavik to begin a hunt yesterday. Iceland’s only remaining fin whaling company, Hvalur-hf, announced in April that they would be seeking to kill as many as 200 of the endangered whales this year.  Source

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