|In the Galapagos of all places, where the sea lions have no fear of humans and no natural predators.
WHY would anyone simply slaughter innocent animals so cruelly and for no apparent reason, in one of the most remote areas of the world?
I can tell you what I'd like to do the perpetrators, but decorum prevents me.
The dead animals included 13 pups, 25 youngsters, nine males and six females.
Galapagos National Park official Victor Carrion told AFP news agency that each was killed by "a strong blow from someone", though the motive is unknown. They had not been injured in any other way, he said, discounting the notion they had been killed for their parts.