Japanese Sea Turns Blood Red As The Annual Taiji Dolphin Hunt Begins

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The sea turned red with blood and it is not a war zone but a killing zone during the annual Taiji dolphin drive hunt that started last month in Japan.

The six-month-long event is set to run through to March 1 next year and it happens in the southern whaling town of Taiji where fishers participating in the hunt head out in their droves to force pods of dolphins into shallow waters, before stabbing them to death.

Despite the practice facing international criticism, Japan is yet to ban the dolphin hunt, while locals criticise foreign activists saying the dolphins are a source of food for them.

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