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A Norwegian whaling vessel


a Norwegian whaling vessel

be free use. It gets difficult to know when to draw the line. I think this article would be a lot better if we were able to present the facts without all the "these people claim this and those people claim that, but in reality it is a fact that. Two of the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society ships, the. While your statement might be entirely accurate in relation to the 20th century - I myself don't know., it is inapposite in this quite separate context. The words "harpoon" and "flensing" are not even in the article. 49 References edit a b c Khatchadourian, Raffi (November 5, 2007).



a Norwegian whaling vessel

Vyhledejte lety za nejlep cenu!
Whaling is the hunting of whales for their usable products like meat, oil and blubber.
HMS a good thesis statement on sports Orpheus.
Protection of Animals (now World Animal Protection) filmed the hunting and harpooning of a minke whale.
My name is Olaf Jansen.

However Nfutvol makes a good point that 'it can be assumed that they would be anti-whaling since they are against the use of all animal products that are obtained through the death of an animal so is arguably redundant info. Cheers SammytheSeal ( talk ) 04:42, (UTC) Pengo, I respectfuly disagree. All it says is whaling supposedly began in the 12th century. 2, due to the age of the vessel, the Society has decided not to pursue any avenue of reacquiring. Also, it's very small and concise, so I can't really see the problem with it? Mondeo ( talk ) 21:28, 2 September 2008 (UTC) Noticed someone changed the title for this section to 'Sentient'.I've gone ahead and changed it again, to 'Philosophical'. There are two main problems with the source. That is all this page.


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