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Here's the whale spotted off Svalbard's coast http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r62edSNu3U8

Most of the Nordics hunt whales, though not usually humpback whales, so that's purely for the joke.


28th November 2012

Tagged in Denmark Sweden Finland Greenland Iceland Norway Svalbard Faroe Islands Whale

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1 month ago #9390240        
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@billy: Therefore Inuit Tribes are Nordic now? Good to know <Sarcasm>...

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billy

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2 months ago #9378537        
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note that all the countries that hunt whales have been part of Norway or is norway



Zeust

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2 months ago #9373526        
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I know Japan still hunts whales for "science", but the Nordics? Really? I'm dissapointed.



3 months ago #9366213        
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Well, Norway started with that, and when norwegian vikings discovered iceland, svalbard, greenland and the faroe islands and settled down there, they still hunted whales. Norway didn't discover denmark, finland and sweden. That is why they dont hunt whales. :)



Mecharic

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4 months ago #9357173        
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@Xarsor - We shalt hunt thy mighty Land-Whale! Just as soon as I find my passport.



5 months ago #9342979        
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@Mecharic #9328297 Americans.



5 months ago #9340457        
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You know something is off, not only when Finland backs away from the fight, but also when he pairs up with Denmark and Sweden.



6 months ago #9334326        
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I can't help but think of Sparkly Iceland...



6 months ago #9329255        
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I love svalbard



Mecharic

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6 months ago #9328297        
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Wonder what they'll hunt when all the whales are dead?



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