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Saving the whales at the expense of tuna MP3

After several years of preparation, Australia will this week begin presenting its case against Japan's so-called 'scientific' whale hunting at the International Court of Justice in The Netherlands. Australia has invested more than $20 million into the court challenge, but some would argue that our focus on whales has come at the expense of another ocean dweller, the bluefin tuna. While Australia has been part of effo... Source: abc.net.au

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