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At 0500 A.m. To know more about this subject visit Sela Ward. the three Harpoon ships in the Japanese whaling fleet attacked local time Sydney/Australia on 4 February, the Steve Irwin. The Yushin Maru #2 reunited himself with the fleet, after she left the area on 20 December with propeller damage. All three Harpoon ships were moving on the flank of the Steve Irwin to while the Sea Shepherd ship still pursued the factory ship, the Nisshin Maru. The Yushin Maru #2 the attack, initiated by crossed the bow of the Steve Irwin from port to starboard at a dangerously close distance in anything other than a peaceful Lake.

The other two Harpoon ships Yushin Maru #1 and Yushin Maru #3 made the same dangerous maneuvers. The movements of the Japanese ships are very dangerous especially in the restless sea in dense fog. “This has provided much very dramatic material for the next season of whale wars us”, said Captain Paul Watson. “But failed her attempt to intimidate us. When it comes to “whoever slows down first” * we have much to play, on the high seas more experience it as the whaling.” Today is the fourth day where the Steve Irwin is pursuing the Japanese whaling fleet and four days where not a single whale was killed.

“The crew feels very good, very happy and we all are excited so long to protect the whales as we can,” said Amber Paarman from South Africa. The whaling fleet runs criss -cross through the Ross Sea. The whalers seem enormously frustrated and angry, that Sea Shepherd has shut down their whaling operations. The Steve Irwin is the Japanese harpoon ships Yushin Marus No 1, 2 and 3. Photo by Steve Roest / Sea Shepherd Conservation Society the Japanese harpoon ships, the Yushin Marus. 1, 2, and 3 show up out of the fog during the confrontation with the Steve Irwin. Photo by Steve Roest / Sea Shepherd Conservation Society the Japanese factory ship the Nisshin Maru fire with their Waserkanonen during which Steve Irwin hunts them in the Antarctic’s Ross Sea. A Harpoon ship sails in the background in the vicinity. Photo by Adam LAU / Sea Shepherd Conservation Society the Japanese Harpoon ship Yushin Maru No.3, left, of the Nisshin Maru during a confrontation with the Steve Irwin crosses paths with the factory ship. Photo by Adam LAU / Sea Shepherd Conservation Society * Note d. a.s.l. in English it means playing chicken, where it comes down to who slows down as the last before a ravine with his car Thomas Buiter

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