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Whaling fleet returns to Shimonoseki from Antarctic
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Sunday, 07 April 2013
Japan's three-ship whaling fleet led by the mother ship Nisshin Maru returned to the port of Shimonoseki, Yamaguchi Prefecture, on Sunday after completing this season's so-called research whaling in the Antarctic Ocean. Multiple flaws and dents were visible on the bow and hull of the Nisshin Maru,....

Posted originally: 2013-04-07 16:22:00

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