Statistics for Countries that hunt whales

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  • The average score is 8 of 11

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HintAnswer% Correct
This country continues to hunt whales under the premise of 'scientific research'Japan
98%
This country largely ignores the ban and continues to hunt Minke whalesNorway
90%
United States
89%
Indigenous groups of these countries are permitted to whale in small numbersCanada
87%
This country has sporadically hunted under the same premise, before resuming commercial whaling in 2006Iceland
85%
Russia
83%
Inuit hunters in this country of Denmark hunt around 175 whales a yearGreenland
75%
In 2012 this country declared it would begin a scientific whaling programmeSouth Korea
63%
Hunters on the islands Lembata & Solor are the two remaining whaling communities in this countryIndonesia
54%
The annual hunting of pilot whales in this country of Denmark is called 'Grindadráp'Faroe Islands
45%
Natives of the island of Bequia in this country are allowed to hunt 4 humpback whales a yearSaint Vincent and the Grenadines
7%

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