Cape Cross Seal Colony. It amazes me that this legal Annual Cull that is so strongly defended by Namibia, is shrouded in secrecy. No animal rights groups, local or International are allowed to be present, no photographs taken and there is a very strong police presence at the colony throughout this time. The trucks with the dead babies even receive a Police escort to the Skinning Plant outsdie Henties Bay.

I keep wondering how it would feel if there were Policemen on the walkway at Boulders Penguin Colony for example. Or on the Seal Island Cruises. Wrong and suspicious in every way, I have no doubt … It appears that there is something to hide afterall.

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