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19,000 Seals (Not Sea Lions) Killed in Canada

The Canadian government has set a combined allowable catch for this year's East Coast seal hunt of 338,200 harp, hooded and gray seals. The majority are killed off Newfoundland in a stage that's expected to start in the second week of April.
- Canada has set a combined allowable catch for this year's East Coast seal hunt of 338,200 harp, hooded and gray seals.

- The United States has banned Canadian seal products since 1972.