I don’t know the annual count, but in a matter of 25 years, Japan has managed to kill more than 8,000. They also plan to increase their annual killings to 930.
Each year, over 1500 whales are killed by Japan, Norway, and Iceland for “scientific research.” In 2005 Japan doubled its quota, and in 2006 Iceland started ts own scientific whaling fleet. In addition, 1,000 or so whales and dolphins each year are caught in nets die each year. All in all, Japan has killed around 24,000 whales through “scientific whaling.” If you oppose this, I’d advise contacting Greenpeace.
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