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Greenpeace Images: Japanese Whale Tissue Sampling

Latest images from the Southern Ocean show the fate of the Minke Whale caught yesterday. It was sampled....

SOUTHERN OCEAN/ WHALING CAMPAIGN 2001. © JEREMY SUTTON-HIBBERT 2001/GREENPEACE

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Japanese Whaling Up Close And Personal - Greenpeace activists today repeatedly drove inflatable boats between an Antarctic whaling boat and its factory ship Nisshin Maru to slow the transfer of a freshly harpooned minke whale. See... Antarctic Whales Harpooned For Profit Or Science?
- Full screen size images of Japanese whaling underway in the Southern Ocean: A minke whale flees a harpoon. A whale is shot. And pulled in to be slaughtered. Greenpeace activists are sprayed with watercannon as they attempt to go to the whale’s aid. See... Greenpeace Images: Whale Murder In Southern Seas and Greenpeace Image: The Death Of A Minke
FULL COVERAGE WHALING WARS
- Greenpeace - Greenpeace Rejects Terrorism Label
- Japan Govt. - Greenpeace labeled “eco-terrorists”
- MORE IMAGES - Image: Greenpeace Speaks Directly To Whaling Crew and Greenpeace Images: Protesting against whaling

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