MP3: Australia argues Japan's Jarpa programs don't add to science - they just kill whales

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Australia argues Japan\'s Jarpa programs don\'t add to science - they just kill whales MP3

Australia is continuing its submission to the International Court of Justice at The Hague, arguing that the main purpose of Japan's research programs, known as 'jarpa' and 'jarpa II', is simply to kill whales and they should be stopped. Source: abc.net.au

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