Japan to try again to justify 'scientific' whaling
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Japan stop Whaling negotiator said on Tuesday Tokyo would try again to justify its "scientific" Antarctic Ocean hunt after a panel of experts said the government had not proved why it needed to kill the mammals. Joji Morishita, Japan's Commissioner to the International Whaling Commission, said he and his fellow officials would do their best to meet demands for evidence their hunt is scientific, with the Japanese government determined to restart what it claims is research.
Japan to try again to justify 'scientific' whaling. (2015, April 15). BusinessWorld, p. S1/9.
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