Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Red-blooded-harbour-where-trapped-dolphins-are-hacked-to-death--Izu--Japan--27MZIFGPWAH.htmlConceptually similarDolphin Slaughter in IzuGP0VH4Completed★★★★★★Dolphin Slaughter in IzuGP0VYBCompleted★★★★Dolphin Slaughter in IzuGP012Q5Completed★★★★Dolphin Slaughter in IzuGP0L4ZCompleted★★★★Dead dolphins to be Minched for Animal FoodGP0CZLCompleted★★★★Dolphin Slaughter in Izu, JapanGP02R1FCompleted★★★★Dolphin Slaughter in Izu, JapanGP02R8WCompleted★★★★Dolphin Slaughter in Izu, JapanGP02R8XCompleted★★★★Dolphin Slaughter in Izu, JapanGP02R8YCompleted★★★★View AllGP0ZTJRed blooded harbour where trapped dolphins are hacked to death. Izu, Japan.Red blooded harbour where trapped dolphins are hacked to death. Izu, Japan.Locations:Asia-Izu-Hanto-JapanDate:1 Jan, 1980Credit:© Greenpeace / Susie CateMaximum size:5647px X 3745pxKeywords:Abattoirs-Day-Death-Dolphins-Fishers-Fishing (activity)-Fishing (Industry)-Harbours-KWCI (GPI)-Oceans (campaign title)-Outdoors-Small group of people-ViolenceShoot:Documentation of Dolphin Slaughter in JapanUS environmentalist Dexter Cate witnessed the destruction of over 1300 dolphins. Water of the harbour was red with blood when dolphins were pierced and winched ashore by their tales. After flensing the dolphins were minced in a machine for use as pig food ans plant fertilizer.