Iceland’s government has set a quota on whale killing, which whalers are trying to meet. Greenpeace and other activists are working to abolish the quota, but it is proving difficult. Fin whales in particular are considered endangered, yet Iceland’s quota is to kill 150 of them. The last time Iceland included Fin whales in its quota, there was only a requirement to kill 9 and only 7 were killed because no market was found for the meat.
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