The ignored suffering

 

 

We exploit marine life on such a large scale that we can’t even truly quantify it, as when they are pulled from the water, the haul is measured in weight units, rather than number of individuals.

They are killed in much greater numbers than land animals, but so often their struggles go unnoticed.

Fish are pulled from the water, and will struggle to breathe before being killed.

They are generally killed by either freezing them to death in ice water, poisoning them with carbon dioxide, stabbing, or using a quick blow to the head or a strong electrical current to knock them unconscious before piercing their brains or letting them bleed out.

Some fishing vessels deem it more efficient, however, to just let the fish suffocate on the deck.

Crustaceans will be taken from their home, often captured via nets, and have their body parts tied together, so they are unable to move.

Then, usually after being transported and displayed for many days, are boiled alive or hacked apart with knives whilst fully conscious (and in the case of crabs, sometimes even microwaved alive).

 

Make no mistake, there are hundreds of species of marine animals that suffer because of us.

Don’t contribute to this.

 

And the question always comes up when I say I don’t eat animals: “but fish do, right?”
Without any knowledge or interest in the world’s marine life, every illiterate person believes that fish have no nervous system, no pain, so we can massacre them.

And we do it.

To such an extent that we cannot write the numbers of the victims ourselves.
And because of the shit that the media propaganda about animals and their suffering gives us every day, we don’t see this suffering as it is, but as we are:
As Ignorants, exploiters, annihilators of all other beings.

My best regards to all, Venus

 

One Response

  1. Terrible screams spread from the sea, oceans, rivers and lakes, but the dumb, deaf homo sapiens sapiens is unable to hear and not see the suffering of others.

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