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Nambian Seal Slaughter, the last sanctioned baby seal clubbing in the world

Increases in the Cape seal slaughter stun wildlife experts.  The cull  of  90,000 Cape seal threatens to wipe out the species.   These radio interviews by Francois Hugo offer a first-person account of the battle to stop the clubbing.  The Namibian cull is the only santioned seal cubbing operation in the world of nursing pups.  This year's cull is slated to kill every baby seal on the Namibian coast.

Seal Alert SA

Also of interest:

Interview with Francois Hugo of Seal Alert : Stop clubbing Cape fur seals

Francois Hugo says it may not to late to save more than 90,000 Namibian seals from cruel clubbing

Myths keep some from supporting the effort to stop Cape seal slaughter

Namibian sealers turn clubs on undercover film-makers

Seals killed for penis and testes to make Chinese performance enhancers

 Seals of Namibia , streaming radio 

 Saving Seals of Namibia, streaming radio

  

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