They still hunt whales
Japan, USA, france, New Zealand, India and Norway New Zealand hasn't hunted whales since the 19th century. I doubt France and India do as well.
Norway and Japan definitely hunt whales to kill them for food for humans to eat. Those two are probably the main ones but some other countries may do so too, such as Iceland and China perhaps.
Whaling. A few Countries refuse to stop and are trying to lift the ban of hunting them. Norway, Iceland, Japan and the USSR still have large Whaling fleets ans continue to hunt them. It is easy to hunt whales, because they travel in large groups called pods.
they are endangered species, they are illegal in the United states, in other countries its illegal, only a few countries can hunt whales. hope this helps.
Go out and hit a Norwegian or a Japanese on their snout. They are the only 2 countries still insisting to hunt whales for "scientific purposes". Ok dont hit them just refuse to buy any good coming from those countries and encourage your friends to do the smae.
no. gray whales do not hunt. they feed on krill.
Both! I know its unbelievable, Japan and Norway are the only countries in the world, that still hunt whales to this day.
Japan, Norway, and Iceland still conduct whaling. Japan uses a loop hole in the moratorium on whaling. They claim they are conducting research, but that is widely disputed. There are also some Alaskan Natives who engage in whaling.
yes and no