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« Sea Shepherd | Main | Aging Population »

Feb 21, 2010


How sincere comment it is!
I'd like to write such a beautiful article.

This might answer your question about the Sea shepard.

"Sea Shepherd
The Sea Shepherd Conservation Society has promoted more global awareness to Japan’s whaling program. Founded in 1977 for the purpose of enforcing international environmental laws, the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society has played many roles in curbing international whaling. In the past, ships operated by the society have rammed and even sunk vessels suspected to be illegally whaling. The society also regularly distracts whalers through several means, such as sabotage, in order to temporarily halt the whaling. The society has been confronting Japanese whalers since 2005, but has only recently made international headlines due to several audacious maneuvers. On January 15, 2008, the society threw glass bottles laden with butyric acid onto the decks of Japanese whalers. Afterwards, two members of the society boarded the whalers in order to interrupt the whaling and were detained. Although no one was hurt and the two members were eventually released, these maneuvers slowed the progress of the whaling and, more importantly, brought heavy media coverage to the topic."


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