Princeton University students try out PETA’s virtual chicken slaughter experience

By Nicole Mulvaney | Times of Trenton

PRINCETON – Princeton University sophomore Aubree Andres, 20, identifies as a vegetarian, but chicken is her only exception to the “no-meat” diet, she said.

That’s why she found it particularly intriguing to strap on a backpack, arm pads and goggles at the Frist Campus Center to experience what it’s like for chickens moments before they’re slaughtered …

The Times, Trenton – – September 26, 2014 at 2:35 PM…


This Livestream of Japan’s Brutal Taiji Cove Dolphin Slaughter Will Horrify You

by Catherine Winter-Hébert

The waters around Taiji Cove ( ) have been stained red since the beginning of September due to Japan’s annual dolphin slaughter (… ) – and the blood continues to flow today as we bear witness to a pod of 20-25 pilot whales (… ) being butchered mercilessly alongside their family members …

Inhabitat (blog) – 09/26/14…


Dolphins Killed As Taiji’s Controversial Hunting Season Resumes In Japan

By: Tim Hume and Junko Ogura, CNN
Posted by Jovarie Downing

Tokyo (CNN) — The slaughter of dolphins has begun again in a small Japanese village, in a controversial annual hunt that pits Western environmentalist values against what locals say are traditional hunting practices.

Taiji, a coastal town of 3,500 people in the Japanese prefecture of Wakayama, has a dolphin hunting season from September to March every year.

Local fishermen are permitted by the Wakayama prefectural government to hunt an annual quota of nearly 2,000 dolphins and porpoises from seven different species, in accordance with what the government says is traditional practice.

Most of the dolphins are killed for their meat, but many are sold live to aquariums around the world …

WIBW – Thu 10:33 PM, Sep 25, 2014…


Published by „the fellbeißer“© (Sept 26, 2014)

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