Beverly Barnett, is a regular writer for the Vestige Museum blog. She loves to write more about the animal species and have so much faith in the nature's doing.
There have been human health concerns associated with the consumption of dolphin meat in Japan after tests showed that dolphin meat contained high levels of mercury.
Nicely said :)
Étienne de Flacourt (1607-60), French governor of Madagascar, described eating unborn dolphin calves cut out of the womb of a caught dolphin cow in Histoire de la grande isle Madagascar (1661). He considered the meat more tender and delicate than veal and believed it to be among the best meats he had eaten.
Real post, i love reading it all through
Dolphin meat is consumed in a small number of countries world-wide, which include Japan and Peru (where it is referred to as chancho marino, or "sea pork"). While Japan may be the best-known and most controversial example, only a very small minority of the population has ever sampled it.
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