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Scott, Thomas, 1947- :Japan's bid to restart commercial whaling fails... Dominion Post, 23 June 2005.

Reference Number: DX-025-142

An enormous whale is leaping from the water endangering the two men in a rubber dinghy nearby. One comments to the other that it appears to be jumping for joy. Refers to the fact that the International Whaling Commission has voted to urge Tokyo to cut its scientific whale hunt. The vote puts more political pressure on Japan but it will be still able to expand its scientific whaling as the project is not regulated by commission rules. Critics say Japan's programme is a commercial hunt dressed up as data collection.

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1 image, categorised under Cartoons (Commentary) and Digital images, related to Thomas Scott, International Whaling Commission, Japan, Whales - Conservation, Whaling, Endangered species, Dinghies and Whales.

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Scott, Thomas, 1947- :Japan's bid to restart commercial whaling fails... Dominion Post, 23 June 2005., Reference Number DX-025-142 (1 digitised items)

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