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Alister McMillan Jul 17
continues because of nationalism and insecurity over natural resources. Few Japanese back hunting or eat the meat and activists know the best strategy is to stay quiet and wait for the practice to fade out. Read it in
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California Cat Jul 16
According to the report, the reduction in whales by 40% would increase Iceland's export revenue by tens of billions. Slaughtering whales so that there may be more fish in the sea for humans.
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California Cat Jul 15
According to government figures quoted by Kyodo News, around 200,000 tons of whale meat was consumed in Japan each year in the 1960s, but it has been around 5,000 tons in recent years. will be a cost to the taxpayer of
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California Cat Jul 16
CEO of Hvals hf. welcomes the report . He believes that more and more species should be hunted. A whale expert says it is uncertain that the fish stocks can be enlarged. Slaughter for human profit
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California Cat Jul 16
" seems to be part of the economical utilization of the nation's natural resources. " Expect more whales to die in Iceland this year
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ORCA Jul 9
In , the business of watching whales is far larger than hunting them In Japan, the business of watching whales is far larger than hunting them | Euronews
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★Miss Escherichia Valenteen★ 26m
Replying to @BannedBtchBants
Bloody wish they'd bring back Nature's Best tho
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LatinAmerican Post - En 49m
: In Minamiboso, a town near Tokyo, whaling is a tradition that has been practiced for generations. Click here to know more.
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Nirmal Ghosh 10h
Following backlash, Bangkok Post Editor apologises for cartoon depicting on Japanese flag.
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William Mallard 4h
Replying to @Reuters
After a ritual toast of sake, which was also used to wash down their adzes and hooks, the crew began slicing into the whale’s back and stomach, peeling aside skin and attaching hooks used to pull off the blubber and the meat inside with a crunchy ripping sound.
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Bradley 12h
Japan is actively distorting it’s history with regards to the crimes against humanity. Turning it’s back on the world and continues on into commercial whaling.
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Whaling Facts 4h
Research whaling is studying the feasibility of hunting a certain species, hence the low catch numbers.
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Sea Daishepherd Jul 17
Sea Shepherd Conservation Society is a Terrorist Organization.
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Ocean Pig 8h
Recipes - Whale Steak & Whale in Red Wine -
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California Cat Jul 16
"There is no obvious sign that is turning people off from visiting. It is also not to be seen that whaling has reduced interest in whale watching in Iceland, largest part of whaling in Iceland is on whale watching "
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Nakawe Project Jul 17
Replying to @NakaweProject
This is why they are currently listed as Endangered on the IUCN. Today, they are subject to dangers of large ship strikes, marine debris, climate change, and food depletion. Photo: Mike Johnson
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FalklandsinUK Jul 17
Some , has been twinned with for 37 years; both are centres and ex ; both have & links to , ship that was used to supply in the after his voyages.
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California Cat Jul 16
The fair folk can't protect these majestic creatures alone. Please hear their cries End
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California Cat Jul 16
Despite IWC agreeing in 1982 to stop all commercial whaling, continued “scientific”
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Conor Ryan Jul 16
Fin whale blubber for sale in today.
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