Blood In The Bay
1 x 15'
The Bay of Biscay is home to nearly a third of our planet’s 90 species of whales and dolphins. But as many as 10,000 dolphins are washing up on French shores every year. They are falling victim to commercial supertrawlers.
Known for its rough seas and violent storms, the Bay of Biscay is also home to nearly a third of our planet’s 90 species of whales and dolphins. But the bay is also renowned for a massacre worse than the Japanese and Danish slaughter combined.
Sea Shepherd volunteers are documenting this undeclared dolphin bycatch that is being pulled in by the fishermen’s nets, to bring the matter to public attention and to induce a change in the law and impose better regulations over fishing practices in European waters.