Japanese Whaling Fleet Returns Home With Sharply Reduced Catch

Japanese Whaling Fleet Returns Home With Sharply Reduced Catch

Tōkyō : Japan | Mar 09, 2012 at 8:04 AM PST
Source: International Business Times
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Articles The Japan ese Fishers Agency blamed activists and environmentalists for sabotaging their whaling enterprise. "The catch was smaller than planned due to factors including weather conditions and sabotage acts by activists," an agency official said. "There were definitely sabotage campaigns... FULL ARTICLE AT International Business Times
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