Your browser does not support this video. Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Iki-Island-Dolphin-Massacre-27MZIF25NQVO.htmlConceptually similarTaiwanese Driftnet Vessel FishingGP03ISDCompleted★★★★Japanese Driftnets in US West Coast GP03IJNCompleted★★★★Green Island Port GP03IHJCompleted★★★★Malaysian Forests and WildlifeGP03F3KCompleted★★★★Prince William SoundGP03XEHCompleted★★★★Angra Nuclear Feature - International Narrated VersionGP03U23Completed★★★★Angra Nuclear Feature - International VersionGP03U24Completed★★★★Apo Island Marine Reserve - International VersionGP03IBOCompleted★★★★Dolphin Caught in Driftnet GP03IF7Completed★★★★View AllGP03IIOIki Island Dolphin MassacreNarrated piece on mass dolphin slaughter - wet-suited fishermen spearing herds of dolphins in shallow water running with blood. The dolphins were blamed for disturbing the breeding grounds of the yellowtail fish. Locations:Asia-Iki Island-JapanDate:1 Jan, 1980Credit:© Greenpeace / Hardy JonesDuration:6m27sAudio format:Final MixProduction Type :DOCUMENTARYRestrictions:Underwater footage cannot be distributed (TC 10:00:00:01 - 10:00:28:17). For dolphin massacre clip distribution or sales, please contact the Greenpeace International Images Library.Keywords:Abattoirs-Beaches-Coastlines-Death-Dolphins-Fishers-Harpoons-Islands-KWCI (GPI)-Local population-Men-Oceans (campaign title)-Trapped-Underwater shots-ViolenceShoot:Documentation of Dolphin Slaughter in JapanMass dolphin slaughter. Water of the harbour was red with blood when dolphins were pierced and winched ashore by their tales. The dolphins were blamed for disturbing the breeding grounds of the yellowtail fish. After flensing the dolphins were minced in a machine for use as pig food ans plant fertilizer.