Sealers crush baby seals' skulls in before they skin them. Virtually all seals killed in Canada's annual slaughter are younger than 3 months old.
Veterinarians and Department of Fisheries officers have found that many seals' skulls are not adequately crushed, which means that those seals may be skinned alive.
Many have not yet eaten their first solid meal or learned how to swim before they are beaten and skinned for a product that no one needs.
Sealers routinely hook seals in the eye, cheek, or mouth to avoid damaging the fur. Then they drag the seal across the ice - in many cases while the seal is still conscious.
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