Japan's whaling fleet returns from Antarctic


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Go Japan.

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Hang your head in Shame whalers.

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Go whales , Australia ,New Zealand and let us not forget the SS.. True class!!

As for the whalers( Eco-Terrorist) haha losers time to get a real job..I thoroughly enjoyed hearing and seeing footage of the SS kicking your butts year after year.. Good to see that my SS donations were used for the good of nature and for their intended purpose.. Unlike my 3/11 donation.. Is that what you call class oldman_13?!

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No research papers to be published this year due to the lack of a statistically significant sample size...

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I imagine HelloWork is preparing for around 200 unskilled, unemployed men turning up pretty soon.

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I think since there's been no announcement, the catch figures must be very low? Last year it was 133 minke whales?

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Zichi, Was there actually no announcement, or did it just get edited out of this AFP wire story?

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I wont be able to eat whale meat again. Sadly. Ill go back to eating sea turtle meat.

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Time to stop blubbering and get a real job.

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Actually, I read that the Taiji fishing industry has MANY other alternatives to whaling and "dolphining". Still, it is astounding that some 200 people bought into this as a viable, moral job. They will make more money off of whale/dolphin watching. Who could possibly support the slaughter of fellow social mammals? Not me, that is for sure. Leave the blasted whales alone!

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Creature of high intelligence is not edible? In other words, Sea Shepherd edible are you?

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