Dyremat

Dyremat

Towards the end of whaling, it may seem as if the industry in many cases were kept artificially alive. This sperm whale cow was slaughtered to produce pet food. It is quite obvious that this was neither economically or ecologically sustainable.
 
Photo: phra ajahn ekaggata/Terry Milligan (holder of copyright)
Year: 1969
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Finn Whale

Finn Whale

In 70 foot-long fin whale blubber on in Grytviken. A flanges has climbed whale to cut around the cranks while another has incised abdomen. Behind, on bone attic, cut one up shells from other whales with steam saws.
 
Photographer: Nigel Bonner
Courtesy of Jenny Bonner.
Thanks to Sarah Lurcock at the museum at Grytviken on South Georgia for the original caption to this slide.
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