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Whaling in Iceland - Part 5 of 5

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(06:47)  Part 5 of this footage concludes with the final stages of processing the first whale that was caught commercially after 21 years of a whaling ban in Iceland, on October 22, 2006. The whale was harpooned the day before.  In this segment, most of the whale's skeletal structure is now visible as it's severed remains lay spread all across the landing dock of the processing site.

Take special note of the scene that shows the whaling ship quietly drifting back out to sea, in search of the next whale to brutally murder and rip away from the ocean ... all in the name of greed. 

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