Chilling fur seals
Cape Cross Seal Colony.
Amazingly, every year Namibia allows the legal culling of approximately 85000 baby seals for their furs and 6000 seal bulls for the genitalia (thought to be an aphrodisiac in some cultures). The cull is mostly driven by one man, Hatem Yavuz who has the contract with the Namibian government to buy every skin from the Namibian cull until 2019. He ironically pays N$7 per pelt, whilst foreign tourists pay N$12 to obliviously view the seal colony.