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Grey Seal Hunt in Nova Scotia - 24 Feb 2011
Grey Seal Hunt in Nova Scotia - 24 Feb 2011
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February 24, 2011
A seal hunter swings a hakapik at a grey seal during the first day of the hunt on Hay Island, Nova Scotia,...
Main-a-Dieu, Canada
A seal hunter swings a hakapik at a grey seal during the first day of the hunt on Hay Island
A seal hunter swings a hakapik at a grey seal during the first day of the hunt on Hay Island, Nova Scotia, February 24, 2011. The Canadian government has set the year's total allowable grey seal catch at 60,000. REUTERS/Paul Darrow (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
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February 24, 2011
Three seal hunters drag dead grey seal carcasses across the snow during the first day of the hunt on...
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Three seal hunters drag dead grey seal carcasses across the snow on Hay Island, Nova Scotia
Three seal hunters drag dead grey seal carcasses across the snow during the first day of the hunt on Hay Island, Nova Scotia, February 24, 2011. The Canadian government has set the year's total allowable grey seal catch at 60,000. REUTERS/Paul Darrow (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
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February 24, 2011
A sealer uses a hakapik to hunt a grey seal during the first day of the hunt on Hay Island, Nova Scotia,...
Main-a-Dieu, Canada
A sealer uses a hakapik to hunt a grey sea on Hay Island, Nova Scotia
A sealer uses a hakapik to hunt a grey seal during the first day of the hunt on Hay Island, Nova Scotia, February 24, 2011. The Canadian government has set the year's total allowable grey seal catch at 60,000. REUTERS/Paul Darrow (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
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February 24, 2011
A young white coated grey seal moves away from a sealer who is using a hakapik to hunt a mature grey...
Main-a-Dieu, Canada
A young white coated grey seal moves away from a sealer who uses a hakapik on Hay Island, Nova Scotia...
A young white coated grey seal moves away from a sealer who is using a hakapik to hunt a mature grey seal on Hay Island, Nova Scotia, February 24, 2011. Seal are hunted after they shed their white coats. REUTERS/Paul Darrow (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
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February 24, 2011
A grey seal looks up as a seal hunter gets ready to shoot his rifle during the first day of the hunt...
Main-a-Dieu, Canada
A grey seal looks up as a seal hunter gets ready to shoot his rifle on Hay Island, Nova Scotia
A grey seal looks up as a seal hunter gets ready to shoot his rifle during the first day of the hunt on Hay Island, Nova Scotia, February 24, 2011. The Canadian government has set the year's total allowable grey seal catch at 60,000. REUTERS/Paul Darrow (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
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February 24, 2011
A seal hunter prepares to shoot a grey seal during the first day of the hunt on Hay Island, Nova Scotia,...
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A seal hunter prepares to shoot a grey seal during the first day of the hunt on Hay Island
A seal hunter prepares to shoot a grey seal during the first day of the hunt on Hay Island, Nova Scotia, February 24, 2011. The Canadian government has set the year's total allowable grey seal catch at 60,000. REUTERS/Paul Darrow (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
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February 24, 2011
A seal hunter walks up to a grey seal before shooting it during the first day of the hunt on Hay Island,...
Main-a-Dieu, Canada
A seal hunter walks up to a grey seal before shooting it during the first day of the hunt on Hay Island,...
A seal hunter walks up to a grey seal before shooting it during the first day of the hunt on Hay Island, Nova Scotia, February 24, 2011. The Canadian government has set the year's total allowable grey seal catch at 60,000. REUTERS/Paul Darrow (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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February 24, 2011
A sealer swings a hakapik at a grey seal during the first day of the hunt on Hay Island, Nova Scotia,...
Main-a-Dieu, Canada
A sealer swings a hakapik at a grey seal during the first day of the hunt on Hay Island, Nova Scotia
A sealer swings a hakapik at a grey seal during the first day of the hunt on Hay Island, Nova Scotia, February 24, 2011. The Canadian government has set the year's total allowable grey seal catch at 60,000. REUTERS/Paul Darrow (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
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February 24, 2011
A seal hunter strikes a grey seal with a hakapik during the first day of the hunt on Hay Island, Nova...
Main-a-Dieu, Canada
A seal hunter strikes a grey seal with a hakapik during the first day of the hunt on Hay Island
A seal hunter strikes a grey seal with a hakapik during the first day of the hunt on Hay Island, Nova Scotia, February 24, 2011. The Canadian government has set the year's total allowable grey seal catch at 60,000. REUTERS/Paul Darrow (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
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February 24, 2011
Seal hunters tie ropes to a row of dead grey seal carcasses for transporting to their boats during the...
Main-a-Dieu, Canada
Seal hunters tie ropes to a row of dead grey seal carcasses on Hay Island, Nova Scotia
Seal hunters tie ropes to a row of dead grey seal carcasses for transporting to their boats during the first day of the hunt on Hay Island, Nova Scotia, February 24, 2011. The Canadian government has set the year's total allowable grey seal catch at 60,000. REUTERS/Paul Darrow (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
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February 24, 2011
Seal hunters tie ropes to a row of dead grey seal carcasses for transporting to their boats during the...
Main-a-Dieu, Canada
Seal hunters tie ropes to a row of dead grey seal carcasses on Hay Island, Nova Scotia
Seal hunters tie ropes to a row of dead grey seal carcasses for transporting to their boats during the first day of the hunt on Hay Island, Nova Scotia, February 24, 2011. The Canadian government has set the year's total allowable grey seal catch at 60,000. REUTERS/Paul Darrow (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
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February 24, 2011
A seal hunter strikes at a herd of grey seals with a hakapik during the first day of the hunt on Hay...
Main-a-Dieu, Canada
A seal hunter strikes at a herd of grey seals with a hakapik on Hay Island, Nova Scotia
A seal hunter strikes at a herd of grey seals with a hakapik during the first day of the hunt on Hay Island, Nova Scotia, February 24, 2011. The Canadian government has set the year's total allowable grey seal catch at 60,000. REUTERS/Paul Darrow (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
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February 24, 2011
A grey seal mother and pup lie on the snow as sealing boats arrive during the first day of the hunt on...
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A grey seal mother and pup lie on the snow as sealing boats arrive during the first day of the hunt on...
A grey seal mother and pup lie on the snow as sealing boats arrive during the first day of the hunt on Hay Island, Nova Scotia, February 24, 2011. Grey seals are not allowed to be hunted until they shed their white coat. REUTERS/Paul Darrow (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
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February 24, 2011
A seal hunter drags the carcass of a grey seal past a herd during the first day of the hunt on Hay Island,...
Main-a-Dieu, Canada
A seal hunter drags the carcass of a grey seal past a herd during the first day of the hunt on Hay Island...
A seal hunter drags the carcass of a grey seal past a herd during the first day of the hunt on Hay Island, Nova Scotia, February 24, 2011. The Canadian government has set the year's total allowable grey seal catch at 60,000. REUTERS/Paul Darrow (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
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February 24, 2011
A pair of grey seals lie in the snow near sealers who check a seal carcass during the first day of the...
Main-a-Dieu, Canada
A pair of grey seals lie in the snow near sealers who check a seal carcass on Hay Island, Nova Scotia...
A pair of grey seals lie in the snow near sealers who check a seal carcass during the first day of the hunt on Hay Island, Nova Scotia, February 24, 2011. The Canadian government has set the year's total allowable grey seal catch at 60,000. REUTERS/Paul Darrow (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
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February 24, 2011
A seal hunter skins a dead grey seal on Hay Island, Nova Scotia, February 24, 2011. The Canadian government...
Main-a-Dieu, Canada
A seal hunter skins a dead grey seal on Hay Island, Nova Scotia
A seal hunter skins a dead grey seal on Hay Island, Nova Scotia, February 24, 2011. The Canadian government has set the year's total allowable grey seal catch at 60,000. REUTERS/Paul Darrow (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
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February 24, 2011
A seal hunter drags a dead grey seal carcass towards a small boat on Hay Island, Nova Scotia, February...
Main-a-Dieu, Canada
A seal hunter drags a dead grey seal carcass towards a small boat on Hay Island, Nova Scotia
A seal hunter drags a dead grey seal carcass towards a small boat on Hay Island, Nova Scotia, February 24, 2011. The Canadian government has set the year's total allowable grey seal catch at 60,000. REUTERS/Paul Darrow (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
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February 24, 2011
Seal hunters drag dead grey seal carcasses toward their boat during the first day of the hunt on Hay...
Main-a-Dieu, Canada
Seal hunters drag dead grey seal carcasses on Hay Island, Nova Scotia
Seal hunters drag dead grey seal carcasses toward their boat during the first day of the hunt on Hay Island, Nova Scotia, February 24, 2011. The Canadian government has set the year's total allowable grey seal catch at 60,000. REUTERS/Paul Darrow (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
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February 24, 2011
Seal hunters arrive for the first day of the grey seal hunt on Hay Island, Nova Scotia, February 24,...
Main-a-Dieu, Canada
Seal hunters arrive for the first day of the grey seal hunt on Hay Island, Nova Scotia
Seal hunters arrive for the first day of the grey seal hunt on Hay Island, Nova Scotia, February 24, 2011. The Canadian government has set the year's total allowable grey seal catch at 60,000. REUTERS/Paul Darrow (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
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