A Brief History of Antarctic Whaling

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More recently Iceland still commercially hunt whales as from 2006 citing a reservation to the moratorium following their reinstatement to the IWC in 2002 (they withdrew from the IWC in 1992 and rejoined again in 2002, although their membership is not recognised by many other member states)...
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Japanese whalers hunt approximately 400 minke whales annually for scientific study into reproduction and sustainability of stocks, the meat is often sold to offset the cost of the research, although whale meat is thought of as a delicacy in Japan and is often a point contention for Japan’s justification for its scientific program...
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