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Research Essay Seal Hunt Although there are many people that object to killing the seals in Newfoundland the Ministry of Fisheries and Brian Tobin say that it is crucial if we are going to get the cod population up In the past three years 200 000 or more seals have been killed annually killing 40 of the population Seal Hunt Depleting One hunter Mike Dwyer says Its not barbaric to the seals but its barbaric to the hunters who are out there Seal Hunt Kiosk doc He then continues to describe the harsh climate cramped quarters and the loneliness Mike later tells us of one experience he had on the job when he and another hunter decided to play hockey Not just any hockey though Seal Hockey They set up two seal carcasss for net posts used hakipicks for sticks and used seal heads for the puck By the end of this game seal parts were scattered all over their rink Hakipicks are long steel poles with picks at the end of them which hunters use them for clubbing stabbing and beating the seals to death Often hunters tease the animal first before killing it off The Ministry of Fisheries supports the hunt because they believe that it will help the cod return to the Gulf of St Lawrence If the fish return it means jobs for the Newfoundlanders Brian Tobin the premier of Newfoundland states there is only one major player still fishing the cod stock his first name is Harp his second name is Seal Canada to expand seal harvest by Randall Palmer Tobin said this in an early press conference when a reporter asked him if anyone was allowed to catch cod however you can still buy personal for cod fishing Also the East Coast Aboriginals are allowed to fish the cod and hunt the seals Brian Tobin says that they have found a use for almost every part
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