Whaling set to continue in Japan

Whaling set to continue in Japan

It has been over six months since the International Court of Justice has banned whaling in the Antarctic, but Japanese government officials continue to argue in favour of the practice.

Whaling refers to the hunting and killing of whales for their meat and oil, dating as far back as 3,000 BCE. Whaling for purposes other than research has been outlawed since 1986, however, whale meat still remains on the menus of many restaurants – and even schools – across Japan.

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