I didn’t know … thought is was only in Canada! Humans are the pests of this world!!
Namibia, a country on the West coast of Africa and bordering on South Africa, is known for its deep red sand dunes and rugged coast line. Sadly, every year the red intensifies on these dunes, from the blood of massacred Cape Fur seals – hence “fifty shades of red” (The Seals of Nam).
Despite numerous actions being taken against the Namibian government, Cape Fur seals continue to be bludgeoned to death.
According to the Namibian government, these marine mammals are killed to protect fish stocks. This, however, has been disproved by studies that have shown that the seal population on that coastline has no significant economic impact on the fishery industry.
Campaigners against this annual “cull” argue that the seals are killed in order to sell their fat and fur.
It is the seal pups who are beaten to death with spiked clubs for their soft fur. They are only…
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