Sea Shepherd's Bob Barker in Wellington
Fri, 07 Dec 2012 12:40p.m.
A boat belonging to anti-whaling Sea Shepherd has been docked in Wellington ahead of this year’s campaign in the Southern Ocean.
Sea Shepherd says its latest campaign, called Operation Zero Tolerance, will be its strongest yet.
The group has four boats, unmanned aerial drones and a helicopter.
Sea Shepherd are offering free tours of the Bob Barker to the public until Wednesday next week – all they ask for is some fresh fruit and vegetables for the crew in return.
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10/12/2012 10:52:10 p.m.
Go Sea Shepherd. Now if you could actually sink a jap whaler I would donate heaps. Get rid of those whaling boats out of the southern ocean once and for all. They are not welcome there.
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