01 Nov '11, 2pm

Targeting the whale hunters: on patrol with Sea Shepherd - Make a difference - The Ecologist

Targeting the whale hunters: on patrol with Sea Shepherd - Make a difference - The Ecologist

Sea Shepherd is best known for battling Japanese whalers in the Southern Ocean, a whale sanctuary since 1994, and for the ongoing television docu-series Whale Wars. There has been a ban on commercial whaling since 1986. The Japanese claim their hunt is for the purpose of scientific research. As a result of Sea Shepherd's unrelenting interventions during last year's Antarctic campaign, Operation No Compromise, Japanese whalers quit early in the season and headed home with less than 20 per cent of their quota. That is to say, as a result of Sea Shepherd's actions more than 800 whales were saved.

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