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A Gallery of Sealers Who are not Camera Shy

Photos of Sealers taken in March 2006

A sealer takes a photo of press photoghraphers and Humane Society of the United States observers in smaller motor boats during the seal hunt in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, Canada, March 25, 2006. REUTERS/Paul Darrow A seal boat captain yells at animal welfare groups and press as he drives his boat close to them in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, Canada, Saturday March 25, 2006. AP Photo/CP,Jonathan Hayward
A sealer looks over his hakapik on a pier on the Iles de la Madeleine, Canada, prior to departing for the start of the annual Canadian east coast seal hunt, March 24, 2006. REUTERS/Deborah Gembara Sealers skin harp seals on their boat in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, Canada, Saturday March 25, 2006. AP Photo/CP,Jonathan Hayward

Archive Photos

Nikolai - National Hero Sealer
Seal killer and "national hero" Nikolai Hemmingsen brutally hooks a whitecoat baby harp seal.
(c) Sea Shepherd

Archive photo of sealer with defensive mother seal and her pup, just killed by sealer. (c) Friends of Animals
Slaughtered Whitecoat Harp Seal Pup

Harpseals.org dedicates these photos of slaughtered whitecoat harp seals with the sealers to

1) all the seal hunt proponents who hate the fact that seal hunt opponents occasionally use images of white baby seals to stir emotion and energy against their cherished slaughter.

2) all the grey baby harp seals that the white baby harp seals turn into after molting at the ripe old age of 10-14 days, who have died at the hands of the killers.

NOTE: We acknowledge that the Canadian government now prohibits the killing of whitecoat harp seals, but allows the slaughter of hundreds of thousands of baby harp seals who have partially or completely molted their white coats. These baby seals are killed in the same exact manner: by beating them to death using clubs, sticks, and hakapiks or by shooting them in the head.

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