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Editorial: Japan should join the overwhelming majority of the world and stop whaling altogether

Gone are the days when the great whales were hunted across the globe. A worldwide moratorium on commercial whaling that went into effect 33 years ago has mostly put an end to the practice, reviving the numbers and prospects of the majestic sea creatures -

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