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Cruenta matanza de ballenas y delfines indigna a Lewis Hamilton

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El piloto de la Fórmula 1 Lewis Hamilton publicó un post en Instagram denunciando una cruel tradición que realizan en una provincia de Dinamarca, que consiste en cazar delfines.

Como un particular "ritual", ciudadanos de la Islas Feroe, en el Atlántico Norte, se reúnen cada año para dar paso a una cacería feroz de delfines para comercializarlos entre los mismos residentes.

Hamilton rechazó el acto con un fuerte video que muestra a varios ciudadanos asesinando a los animales marinos. "¿Cómo es que alguno de estos humanos está allí parado pensando que está bien?", se preguntó el piloto de Mercedes.

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How are any of these humans just standing there thinking this is ok. This is not in anyway shape or form ok. This is disgusting and Denmark, you need to put a stop to this! #Repost @karmagawa ・・・ ⚠WARNING GRAPHIC IMAGES⚠ IT’S HAPPENING AGAIN! Repost from @hugoclementk Yesterday, shooting for @francetvslash, I had one of the most difficult moments of my professional life. With @victor_peressetchensky and @seashepherdfrance we witnessed the killing of around 100 pilot whales in the Faroe Islands, the autonomous province of Denmark. These ultra-social and very gentle animals are protected by the Bern Convention on Wildlife. The Faroese eat dolphin meat and defend a tradition called "Grindadrap", which allowed their ancestors to survive in a hostile climate. Today, their supermarkets are full of food of all kinds, the population does not lack anything, but the dolphin hunting persists anyway. On average, 800 cetaceans are killed each year in the Faroe Islands. A few days ago, I plunged alongside @guillaumenery with pilot whales in the Mediterranean...They had been so curious, so welcoming. Complete report to follow in a few weeks — WE MUST END THIS ANIMAL CRUELTY NOW! Please share this important post and help the world see what’s happening here as once we spread enough awareness and there is enough public outcry then barbaric traditions like this will stop once and for all. Please share this post with your followers and tag people, celebrities and news media that need to see it and let’s get the word out to stop this cruelty from happening in the future! #endanimalcruelty #savethewhales #savethedolphins #karmagawa

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La organización Sea Shepard explicó en qué consiste la despiadada "tradición" en esa zona de Dinamarca. "En la playa de Vestmanna, se llevó a cabo este año la matanza, involucró a más de cinco horas de barcos feroés hostigando y persiguiendo la manada", dice la organización.

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⚠WARNING GRAPHIC IMAGES⚠ IT’S HAPPENING AGAIN! Repost from @hugoclementk Yesterday, shooting for @francetvslash, I had one of the most difficult moments of my professional life. With @victor_peressetchensky and @seashepherdfrance we witnessed the killing of around 100 pilot whales in the Faroe Islands, the autonomous province of Denmark. These ultra-social and very gentle animals are protected by the Bern Convention on Wildlife. The Faroese eat dolphin meat and defend a tradition called "Grindadrap", which allowed their ancestors to survive in a hostile climate. Today, their supermarkets are full of food of all kinds, the population does not lack anything, but the dolphin hunting persists anyway. On average, 800 cetaceans are killed each year in the Faroe Islands. A few days ago, I plunged alongside @guillaumenery with pilot whales in the Mediterranean...They had been so curious, so welcoming. Complete report to follow in a few weeks — WE MUST END THIS ANIMAL CRUELTY NOW! Please share this important post and help the world see what’s happening here as once we spread enough awareness and there is enough public outcry then barbaric traditions like this will stop once and for all. Please share this post with your followers and tag people, celebrities and news media that need to see it and let’s get the word out to stop this cruelty from happening in the future! #endanimalcruelty #savethewhales #savethedolphins #karmagawa

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Para este tipo de evento asisten hombres, mujeres y hasta niños, así lo han dejado ver varios fotoreportajes de distintos medios de comunicación.

"Esto no está de ninguna manera bien. Esto es asqueroso y Dinamarca, ¡debes poner fin a esto!", señaló Hamilton, a pesar de que las Islas Feroe son un país autónomo dentro del Reino de Dinamarca.

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