Quota for the Taiji Drive Hunters to Pilfer during 2013-2014 season is set

striped dolphinsWell we knew these figures would be set but it still makes grim reading. Looking at Cetabase we see that the drive hunting quotas have been set to :

2,013 total cetaceans allowed from seven species.

-Pacific white-sided dolphins (134),
-Striped dolphins (450),
-Bottlenose (557),
-Pantropical spotted dolphins (400),
-Risso’s dolphins (265),
-Short-finned pilot whales (137),
-False killer whales (70)

Let us hope that they have an unsuccessful season, many more Blue Cove days than Red ones.

Hoping that as many dolphins/pilot whales as possible sense the danger and keep out of harm’s reach

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