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Sea Shepherd Estimate $70M Lost For Japanese Whaling Fleet In Latest Campaign

by Michael dEstries

If their numbers hold, the Sea Shepherd have dealt the Japanese whaling fleet a heavy financial blow. With the industry already dependent on the Japanese government for tax breaks and

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Whalers Return To Sanctuary, Epic Battle Erupts

by Michael dEstries

As expected, the Japanese whaling fleet has returned to the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary; less than a day after leaving it in an apparent attempt to either shake the tail

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Sea Shepherd Provide Classical Soundtrack While Escorting Whalers Out Of Sanctuary

by Michael dEstries

Much to the delight of the Sea Shepherd, the Japanese whaling fleet has left the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary. While the move is something of a mystery, the Japanese appear

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Sea Shepherd Bob Barker In Collision With Whaling Vessel

by Michael dEstries

A second collision between the Sea Shepherd and the Japanese whaling fleet has occurred. According to the latest news from the Sea Shepherd (which has been sparse the past few

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Sea Shepherd Ady Gil Mortally Hit By Japanese Whaling Ship

by Michael dEstries

The Ady Gil is no more — and the Sea Shepherd are back down to two boats. Paul Watson has confirmed that the Japanese whaling vessel Shonan Maru #2 cut

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Sea Shepherd Getting Help From Hobart Locals In Shaking Japanese Pursuit

by Michael dEstries

It’s no secret that Japan’s strategy of assigning a vessel to track the Sea Shepherd has proved to be a great success. Since launching Operation Waltzing Matilda in early December,

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Finally: Stealth Boat Ady Gil En Route To Join Sea Shepherd

by Michael dEstries

The Ady Gil finally left port today from Hobart, Tasmania at around 11AM local time. The newest addition to the Sea Shepherd fleet had attempted to leave port twice before

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