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Should Whale Hunting Be Allowed?

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Becky Simpson

on 24 March 2014

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Transcript of Should Whale Hunting Be Allowed?

Should Whale Hunting Be Allowed?
Whale deaths over the years

There are 1,500 to 2,500 whales killed each year from whale hunting
How whales are killed
Why Does Whaling Happen?
All of the whales parts were used for example

Eskimos moved to Greenland to grow their own vegetables. Whale meat became the three main meals of the day. Whale blubber provided energy and vitamins A, C and D.
Whale facts
Toothed Whales are carnivorous and as their name implies they have teeth that allow them to easily hunt their prey.
Baleen Whales make up the majority of them. They have a sieve structure in the jaw area that allows them to easily filter food out of water.
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Whales are killed inhumanly by harsh fisher men. To kill a whale most fisher men use harpoons which stab into to the whale and kill them slowly
This diagram shows how many whales have been killed over the years
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