the chinook tribe did hunt for gray whales, fin whales, sperm whales, blue whales, and humpbacks, and they use the blubber for candles, and the meat for eating, even though there are 80 species of whales. they even use the whale's oil for electricity I think in 1932.
Inuits hunt whales in order to use their blubber.
no. gray whales do not hunt. they feed on krill.
bats dolphins whales
Minke and Humpback whales
yes and no
Korean people do not hate and hunt whales. It is the japanese who kills whales for food. The chinese are reported to hunt whales on certain occasions.
they hunt with sound not siaht
Killer whales are often known to feed on other whales. They will hunt down and drown young or weaker whales. They also feed on seals and shoals of fish.
the haida tribe used bone tools.
Whales were hunted for their blubber and oil.
to get the oil
Kiowas will hunt buffalo's and big whales
no. they hunt in groups called pods
They hunt seals.
i think its used to attract whales, so that they can hunt them.
an inpuiat is a culture in which you hunt whales and use thier bones,blubber,oil,meat