A group of hunters have killed 23 pilot whales as part of an old tradition off the coast of the Faroe Islands.
The hunt, known locally as a “grind,” takes place yearly to gather enough meat to feed the inhabitants of the remote Atlantic archipelago during winter.
On Friday, July 2 the hunters gathered in the bay of Hvalvik, a village on the island of Streymoy, to slaughter whales.
The sea turned red as the hunters butchered their preys
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