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centrajapan

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Well said Sara!

The problem is that the Japanese whaling fleet want to hunt alone with no one to watch or regulate.

If you cared so much about whales then I am sure you are more than welcome to hop on board of a Japanese boat and monitor.
 

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Nice Avatar Chi:14:

I've changed mine so you have a brother;-)

Hi, swimming brother, one of my avatar names was delfin, which was a combination of elfin (fairy) and D for Germany/Deutschland, thus D-elfin, and before this we had a Delphi plus n for female> Delphin experience. Some still know me well under elfin and delfin on some forums and keep on calling me by these names, still being very friendly. The avatar pic is from this.
Are you a whale, by the way?

May our spirits haunt those, who kill us without respect and reason, like the reappearing dead ones before judgement day, until they give back. . .;-)
 
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Hi, swimming brother, one of my avatar names was delfin, which was a combination of elfin (fairy) and D for Germany/Deutschland, thus D-elfin, and before this we had a Delphi plus n for female> Delphin experience. Some still know me well under elfin and delfin on some forums and keep on calling me by these names, still being very friendly. The avatar pic is from this.
Are you a whale, by the way?

May our spirits haunt those, who kill us without respect and reason, like the reappearing dead ones before judgement day, until they give back. . .;-)

Great info..

I'm not a whale, at times feel more like a shark;-)

Just thinking, we have "Dolphin Free" cans of tuna available from the supermarket in Australia.

Just took a few photos.. Not sure if Japan shares the same feature on their canned Tuna?
 

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I hope, they tested the contents of tuna-poisoning, hehe. It is said to be full of mercury as well. Pity, because I happend to like it, although only now and then and in small portions.
 

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Just thinking, we have "Dolphin Free" cans of tuna available from the supermarket in Australia.

Not sure if Japan shares the same feature on their canned Tuna?

We have "dolphin safe" tuna cans here in the U.S. too. Not sure about Japan, though. I think it means that the type of nets used weren't where dolphins could get tangled in them.
 
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We have "dolphin safe" tuna cans here in the U.S. too. Not sure about Japan, though. I think it means that the type of nets used weren't where dolphins could get tangled in them.

That's it as those nets (Drift nets) do dreadful things for all creatures great and small.

Now for the drink;-)
 
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