Actress and animal rights activist Pamela Anderson holds a press conference in Torshavn at the Faeroe Islands on Friday, Aug.1, 2014. (AP Photo/POLFOTO, Sigmar Morkore, Sosialurin)
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Celebrities and animal lovers from around the world are flocking to the Faroe Islands in a bid to stop a controversial dolphin hunt that activists describe as an "archaic mass slaughter".Guillem, 49, widely recognized as one of the world's greatest ballet dancers, has been a supporter of Sea Shepherd for four years.Sea Shepherd says its campaign will continue throughout what it says are "traditionally bloodiest months of the hunt season" – from June until October.Since records began, more than 265,000 small cetaceans have been killed in the Faroe Islands, mainly between the months of June and October, according to Sea Shepherd.
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