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Japan whalers return from Antarctic hunt after killing more than 333 minke whales (555 in fact)

March 31st, 2018 (AFP). TOKYO – Japanese whaling vessels returned to port on Saturday (March 31) after catching more than 300 of the mammals in the Antarctic Ocean without facing any protests by anti-whaling groups, officials said. 187 more words

Endangered Biodiversity

Mendocino Whale War

California Gray Whale

The inspiration started in June, 1975, when a Greenpeace Foundation patrol boat located a Russian whaling fleet killing sperm whales off Cape Mendocino. 691 more words


Death of a Whaling Industry: A Chapter in Man’s Relation with the Sea

Dependent yet abusive, enchanted yet careless, man’s relationship with the sentient and non-sentient beings and phenomena of his environment has had a long history of both beauty and violence. 996 more words


Asha De Vos

Asha De Vos is a marine biologist and a conservationist based in Sri Lanka, specializing on researching blue whales in the Northern Indian Ocean. She is a PhD of the University of Western Australia. 5,004 more words

Shashini Ruwanthi Gamage


“It is painful to witness the death of the smallest of God’s created beings, much more, one in which life is so vigorously maintained as the Whale! 1,874 more words