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English powerpoint, Issues of haling in Australia

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Transcript of English powerpoint, Issues of haling in Australia

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2014, before the ban on whaling in Australia
Bibliography
http://www.abc.net.au/news/2014-03-03/japanese-whaling-ship-nisshin-maru-with-dead-whale-on-board/5294066

http://www.crhoy.com/archivo/paul-watson-y-sea-shepherd-sacan-a-los-balleneros-japoneses-de-zona-protegida-w3l1l6x/mundo/

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-01-16/japanese-whaling-criticised-by-government-sea-shepherd-footage/8184640

http://www.news.com.au/national/breaking-news/australia-blasts-new-japanese-whaling-laws/news-story/d223b15e1e4ffe4958b09fc670cc4e3d
English powerpoint, Whaling Tragedies in Australian Waters
By yours truly :)
Sea Shepherd says Nisshin Maru crew scrambled to hide the slaughtered whale when the helicopter approached. (Supplied: Sea Shepherd)
Personally I believe that the Japanese fleets have no right to perform their gruesome whaling rituals, even if they do claim it's for "scientific purposes". The waters were protected and is an Australian Sanctuary in order to protect the whales from being further hunted. The loophole for the fleets to kill the whales for scientific purposes is a ridiculous excuse, and the Australian Government is doing a worse job for failing to act out against the fleets. Claiming it is "deeply disappointing" isn't good enough and does no justice towards the crime being committed
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