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Seal Hunt Action at Canadian Embassy in The Hague 

Seal Hunt Action at Canadian Embassy in The Hague 

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Greenpeace activists spout 4,700 litres blood-red water at the front of the Canadian embassy in The Hague in protest against the commercial seal hunting. This way the embassy gets the same nasty sight as the ice fields in Canada where the slaughter on seals still goes on. Greenpeace urges the Canadian government to stop the commercial seal hunting as soon as possible. The Canadian government allows that for the coming three years 975,000 seals can be hunted. This means about 350,000 seals yearly, namely harp seals, the highest amount since 1967. The Canadian government increases the quota, because they state that the seals are responsible for the decline of the amounts of codfish in the Canadian seas. According to Greenpeace this argument is not right, the deline is caused by overfishing and failing government policy. It is a commercial hunt for fur sales. 
Seal Hunt Action at Canadian Embassy in The Hague
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