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Whale hunt called off amid alleged ramming of Sea Shepherd ships
Tensions have been riding high for several weeks in the Southern Ocean between the Japanese whaling fleet and Sea Shepherd Conservation Society (SSCS). After alleged repeated rammings of SSCS vessels, Japan has temporarily called off the hunt.
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Biella "Gabriella" Coleman from San Juan, PR
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SSCS vessel, the Bob Barker sandwiched between the Nisshin Maru on one side and the South Korean tanker -- the Sun Laurel.
Image: Sea Shepherd Conservation Society/Tim Watters
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