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[News] Japanese whalers on the hunt

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From the BBC:A Japanese whaling fleet has set sail aiming to harpoon humpback whales for the first time in decades. The fleet is conducting its largest hunt in the South Pacific - it has instructions to kill up to 1,000 whales, including 50 humpbacks. Th...

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for more info on this you should check out Sea Shepherd Conservation Society it's good that greenpeace is trailing the evil nisshin maru, but seashepherd will take real actions to prevent the killings and hopefully chase them back to port as they did last year when the maru then apparently caught fire after fleeing. I'm hoping to volunteer on one of thier ships in the near future. They also do allot to combat shark finning and other ocean based attrocities.
 
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