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A collection of images about Whale meat.
Gallery of whale meat
Whale meat is considered a delicacy in Japan. Here, a strip of the meat has been sliced into 'whale bacon'.
(CC) Photo: Franklin Bynum
Whale meat is considered a delicacy in Japan. Here, a strip of the meat has been sliced into 'whale bacon'.
Pan fried fresh whale meat steaks, seasoned with just salt and pepper.
(CC) Photo: Bernt Rostad
Pan fried fresh whale meat steaks, seasoned with just salt and pepper.
Most commonly butchered portions of a Minke whale.
(PD) Drawing: Citizendium
Most commonly butchered portions of a Minke whale.
Fresh whale meat on sale in Bergen, Norway.
(CC) Photo: David R. Lewis
Fresh whale meat on sale in Bergen, Norway.
Meat from a Bowhead Whale, hunted and eaten by Inupiaq, Eskimos, in Barrow, Alaska. It is legal in Alaska for Inupiaq to harvest some whale.
© Photo: T.L. Corbin
Meat from a Bowhead Whale, hunted and eaten by Inupiaq, Eskimos, in Barrow, Alaska. It is legal in Alaska for Inupiaq to harvest some whale.
A portion of bowhead whale from a successful hunt is shared by an Inupiaq Eskimo at Nalukataq, the spring whaling festival.
© Photo: Bill Hess, Running Dog Publications
A portion of bowhead whale from a successful hunt is shared by an Inupiaq Eskimo at Nalukataq, the spring whaling festival.
Specialist shops sell whale meat in Japan. Look out for signs labelled '鯨肉' (gei niku 'whale meat') or 'くじら' (kujira 'whale').
(CC) Photo: Andrew Lin
Specialist shops sell whale meat in Japan. Look out for signs labelled '鯨肉' (gei niku 'whale meat') or 'くじら' (kujira 'whale').
Smoked whale meat and fish on sale at a market in Bergen, Norway.
(CC) Photo: Morgan Thiesson
Smoked whale meat and fish on sale at a market in Bergen, Norway.
Whale jerky, in Japan.
(CC) Photo: Andrew Bell
Whale jerky, in Japan.
Canned whale meat, in Japan.
(CC) Photo: Timothy Tak
Canned whale meat, in Japan.
Whale meat being grilled, Semplers Cay, Bequia, St. Vincent & the Grenadines.
(CC) Photo: Chris LeCroy
Whale meat being grilled, Semplers Cay, Bequia, St. Vincent & the Grenadines.
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