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Taiji and the Faroes: Sister Cities or Blood Brothers?
| Mark J. Palmer

Taiji has announced that they are seeking a sister-city relationship with the town of Klaksvik in the Faroe Islands, home of the regular slaughter of hundreds of pilot whales, in the North Atlantic Ocean. Read More >


Faroe Islands Annual Pilot Whale Slaughter As Horrific as Taiiji’s Cove
| Sharon Ryals Tamm

Several times every summer the people of the Faroe Islands chase down, run aground and slaughter hundreds of migrating pilot whales and dolphins in a gory thrill fest called the Grindadráp. Read More >


Japan’s Bizarre And Sad New Whaling Laws
| Mark J. Palmer

The madness behind the Japan government’s continued support of hunting whales and dolphins apparently is catching. Read More >


Taiji Given Green Light to Up Dolphin Kill Quotas
| Mark J. Palmer

The Japan Fisheries Agency has agreed to issue permits to Taiji town to capture for captivity and/or slaughter two new species. Read More >


Shameful Dolphinariums in Japan Insist on Getting Dolphins from Taiji Slaughter
| Kelly D’Ambrogia

members of JAZA have stated that they don’t see the dolphin drives as cruel in any nature, and believe that they are an integral part of “local culture” Read More >


Taiji Town Wants More Dolphins to Kill
| Mark J. Palmer

Taiji is now asking the national Japan Fisheries Agency for new quotas for two more species. Read More >


Japan Continues Illegal Whaling Scheme
| Kelly D’Ambrogia

Three whaling vessels returned to Shimonoseki, a whaling port in southwest Japan, with 333 dead minke whales aboard, the result of a recent whaling expedition. Read More >


A Sad History of Whaling
| Emilia Malachowski

It has been estimated that around 45,168 whales have been killed since the 1986 ban Read More >


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