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« on: January 26, 2008, 07:56:18 PM »

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derStandard.at | Wissenschaft | Natur | Walfang
25.01.2008 14:00

Japanische Flotte bricht Vereinbarung

Wellington - Die japanische Walfangflotte ist am Freitag entgegen einer
internationalen Vereinbarung in ein von Neuseeland kontrolliertes
Seegebiet der Antarktis eingedrungen. [...]

Die japanische Flotte will in der Antarktis bis zu 1.000 Zwerg- und
Finnwale töten, offiziell zu wissenschaftlichen Zwecken.
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« Reply #1 on: January 29, 2008, 05:14:16 PM »

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28.01.2008 17:06

Aktionen gegen Japaner in der Antarktis finden vorzeitiges Ende
Tierschützer müssen wegen Treibstoffmangel aufgeben.

[...] Zugleich macht Tokio keinen Hehl daraus, dass das Walfleisch
letztlich in die Supermarktregale des ostasiatischen Landes kommt.
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« Reply #2 on: April 14, 2008, 07:05:38 PM »



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Breaking News from the Campaign

Odyssey For The Whales:
20,000 Miles, 68 Crew Members,
And 83 Days At Sea For The
Whales In The Southern Ocean

Our arrival back in Melbourne marks the
conclusion of our 2007-2008 voyages to the
Southern Ocean, which began on December 5, 2007.

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« Reply #3 on: February 06, 2009, 06:20:23 PM »

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Seashepherd rammt japanische Walmörder:


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Sea Shepherd News
 
Friday, February 06, 2009
Steve Irwin Suffers Second Collision with the Japanese Fleet

Operation Musashi
Update from the Ross Sea

February 6th, 2009, 1830 Hours (Sydney Time)
2330 Hours (PST) (February 5th)
75 Degrees 52 Minutes South and 165 Degrees 18 Minutes West

At 1800 Hours the harpoon vessels Yushin Maru No. 1 and the Yushin Maru No.3 decided to run the Sea Shepherd blockade to transfer two dead whales to the flensing deck of the Nisshin Maru. The Sea Shepherd ship Steve Irwin was blocking the slipway to prevent the transfer in order to shut down the illegal Japanese whaling operations.

As the Nisshin Maru attempted to hook onto the dead whale, the Steve Irwin and the Yushin Maru No.3 collided with the forward starboard side of the Steve Irwin and the port stern side of the harpoon vessel coming together.

"We told them to not continue their illegal whaling operations and that we would be blocking the stern slipway of the factory ship," said Captain Paul Watson. "They decided to test our resolve and apparently expected us to retreat when they charged in ahead of us to make the transfer."

Captain Watson said that the Steve Irwin became difficult to control under a barrage of metal objects, blasts from the water cannons, and the disorientation caused by the LRAD acoustic weapons that the whalers were using on the conservationists.

"I was dazed by the sonic blasts being used on us at close range." said Captain Watson. "I have to admit it was difficult to concentrate with that devise being focused on us."

"I've never felt anything quite like it," said Emily Hunter from Toronto, Canada. "It penetrates the body and you can feel your muscles vibrating. It made me dizzy and left me somewhat dazed."

The Steve Irwin suffered no noticeable damage from the collision and no one was seriously injured. A few of the Sea Shepherd crew were struck by golf balls and pieces of metal. The crew of the Steve Irwin were unable to determine if there was any damage done to the harpoon hunter killer boat.

The two whales were transferred after the Steve Irwin shut down the operations of the fleet for twelve hours.

"We are trying to make this as difficult as possible for them to continue their illegal activities, "said Molly Kendall from Adelaide, South Australia. "It is difficult to see them murdering these whales and we are determined to do everything we possibly can to stop this horrific slaughter."

The Steve Irwin remains on the tail of the Nisshin Maru to attempt to obstruct any further transfers in an effort to stop the unlawful poaching of the whales by the Japanese whaling fleet.

"I wish we did not have to be down here in this dangerous situation," said Captain Watson. "I've said repeatedly that if Australia or New Zealand would agree to take Japan to the international court on this than we would back off. Because international law is not being enforced, we have no choice but to do what we can with the resources available to us to defend these endangered whales in this established international whale sanctuary."





Sea Shepherd's M/Y Steve Irwin (foreground) collides with Japanese harpoon
whaling ship the Yushin Maru No. 3. Sea Shepherd attempted to block the
harpoon ship from offloading a newly caught minke whale to factory ship,
the Nisshin Maru (background).  Photo by Adam Lau/Sea Shepherd Conservation Society

 



Sea Shepherd's M/Y Steve Irwin (foreground) collides with Japanese
harpoon whaling ship the Yushin Maru No. 3. Sea Shepherd attempted
to block the harpoon ship from offloading a newly caught minke whale
to factory ship, the Nisshin Maru (background).  
Photo by Adam Lau/Sea Shepherd Conservation Society



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« Reply #4 on: February 06, 2009, 06:24:59 PM »

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Please check back again as we will be presenting many new videos soon.

 
Sea Shepherd Campaign Videos



http://www.seashepherd.org/images/stories/video/2009-02-06_Sea_Shepherd_Tries_to_Prevent_the_Japanese_Whaling_Fleet_from_Whaling_public.wmv

February 5, 2009
The Japanese whaling fleet resumes whaling and murders a whale. The Steve Irwin is blocked by the Yushin Maru No 2.

 

http://www.seashepherd.org/images/stories/video/2009-02-05_Sea_Shepherd_Confronts_Japanese_Whaling_Fleet_public.wmv

February 5, 2009
The Steve Irwin again confronts the Japanese fleet in the Southern Whale Sanctuary.  The whaling ships circle the Steve Irwin while aiming illegal LRADs (Long Range Acoustic Devices) at Sea Shepherd crew members.

 

http://www.seashepherd.org/images/stories/video/2009-02-02_Sea_Shepherd_Confronts_Japanese_Whaling_Fleet_public.wmv

February 2, 2009
The Steve Irwin confronts the Japanese fleet in the Southern Whale Sanctuary.  The whalers deploy water cannons and throw objects at Sea Shepherd crewmembers.

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« Reply #5 on: February 06, 2009, 09:07:55 PM »

Sie tun es, immer wieder, vor aller Augen.Nur um zu zeigen, dass niemand ihnen Vorschriften machen kann. Walfleisch, Ernährung spielt da keine Rolle mehr.
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« Reply #6 on: September 30, 2011, 10:08:28 AM »



Help to stop the murderers!

http://www.seashepherd.org/dolphins/cove-guardian-reports/

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Monday, September 26, 2011

Operation Infinite Patience Week 2
Heavy Typhoon Winds and a Deteriorating Captive Dolphin

Report by Cove Guardians Leader Rosie Kunneke

(video will be added soon)

Banger boats heading out of the harbor.
Week two of Operation Infinite Patience was yet another good week for the dolphins around the shores of Taiji. Typhoon Roke, with strong winds later in the week, ensured that the dolphin killers stayed in port for four days. For the first two days after the typhoon, the boats went out but came back without any dolphins. On one occasion, the boats went out and found a pod within an hour, very close to shore. Over the following three plus hours, we watched them try to drive the dolphins into the harbor entrance. They started the drive with six boats but eventually called in the other six for reinforcement. The dolphins fought hard to get away from the killers, and fortunately, found cover from the passerby ships in the shipping lanes, which broke up the banger boats’ wicked formation line. This family of dolphins managed to outsmart them and get away! What an absolute relief it was to see the banger boats retrieving back to the harbor emptyhanded.

The afternoon after typhoon Roke has passed, I checked in on all the dolphins in their holding pens at the Dolphin Resort, and thankfully, all had survived the typhoon. At the holding pens, I witnessed the trainers tubefeed a dolphin who was perhaps too ill or dispirited to perform degrading tricks for his meals. I went back daily to check on this specific dolphin and over the next two days, I started to notice repetive neurotic behavior displayed by this sick and obviously unhappy dolphin that struck me as unusual. This dolphin was spyhopping non-stop throughout the entire day, probably induced by feelings of intense claustrophobia in the small pen. This repetitive behavior caused open sores on his tail from repeatedly slamming against the bottom net. The trainers treated his tail with injections and antiseptic spray.
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Bloody October has Begun
« Reply #7 on: October 12, 2011, 07:19:21 AM »

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Operation Infinite Patience Week 4
Bloody October has Begun
Report by Cove Guardians Leader Rosie Kunneke

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http://www.seashepherd.org/images/stories/cove-guardians/reports/cg_111010_1_08_20111007_JL_fishermen_capturing_false_killer_whales3_018.jpg

Fishermen capture a pod of false killer whales
photo: John Legg
This week we witnessed the start of what is called “bloody October” here in Taiji, where the small killing cove is the final cruel destination for thousands of dolphins and small whales. On Tuesday, October 4, we watched the banger boats in drive formation appear in our binoculars. Our hearts sank when we saw the size of the pod that was slowly being driven towards the shore. A part of the pod suddenly veered to the south approximately 500 meters from the harbor entrance. Some of the banger boats chased after this group of breakaways while the rest of the boats continued to drive the remainder of the pod into the Cove.
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« Reply #8 on: January 13, 2012, 04:42:30 PM »

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