Action against Whale Meat in Hamburg

Photo | 20 December, 2013

10 July - Germany. Activists protested close to the "Eilbek“ cargo ship at the Tollerort-Terminal in Hamburg. The ship was about to transport whale meat to Rotterdam. Four activists tied themselves to the ship's mooring lines holding banners that read: 'Stop Whaling'. At the same time, ten other activists installed a banner on the vessel's hull, reading: 'Stop Trading In Whale Meat'. The cargo ship and whale meat would would eventually to return to Iceland without delivering its contents.

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