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Greenpeace Images: Protesting against whaling

Published: Sat 15 Dec 2001 03:06 PM
SOUTHERN OCEAN/ WHALING CAMPAIGN 2001. GREENPEACE TODAY HAS ANNOUNCED IT'S PRESENCE IN ANTARTICA TO PROTEST JAPANESE WHALING. YUKO HIRONO OF GREENPEACE JAPAN ASKS BY RADIO FOR THE 'NISSHIN MARU', A JAPANESE WHALING FACTORY SHIP, TO STOP WHALING AND RETURN TO JAPAN. HER MESSAGE IS BROADCAST OVER THE SHIP'S TANOY TO THE CREW OF THE WHALER. © JEREMY SUTTON-HIBBERT 2001/GREENPEACE
SOUTHERN OCEAN/ WHALING CAMPAIGN 2001. GREENPEACE TODAY HAS ANNOUNCED IT'S PRESENCE IN ANTARTICA TO PROTEST JAPANESE WHALING. YUKO HIRONO OF GREENPEACE JAPAN ASKS BY RADIO FOR THE 'NISSHIN MARU', A JAPANESE WHALING FACTORY SHIP, TO STOP WHALING AND RETURN TO JAPAN. HER MESSAGE IS BROADCAST OVER THE SHIP'S TANOY TO THE CREW OF THE WHALER. © JEREMY SUTTON-HIBBERT 2001/GREENPEACE
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