More than 1,400 dolphins killed in traditional Faroe Islands hunt

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A disturbing video shows more than 1,400 dolphins killed in a single day off the coast of the Faroe Islands, a North Atlantic archipelago that lies between Iceland and Norway. The slaughter of Atlantic white-sided dolphins, part of the centuries-old traditional grindadrap hunt, is the largest single whale hunt ever recorded and has sparked protests from environmental groups who say the hunt is cruel.

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