Among the whaling activities that go on in Iceland, Norway, and Japan (which constitute the largest offenders of the commercial whaling ban), approximately 1,600 whales are killed per year. Keep in mind that this is only an estimate; the actual number is probably much higher, but an accurate number can never be reached due to an obvious lack of oversight.
Since the commercial whaling ban was introduced in 1986, approximately 30,000 whales have been hunted and killed.
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