Yesterday, after 11 days of preventing the Japanese whaling fleet from killing whales, activists from the Greenpeace ship Esperanza, temporarily blocked the fleet's factory ship Nisshin Maru from being illegally refueled in Antarctic waters.
Greenpeace activists hold the Kanji symbol of the year, 'nise', meaning FAKE - against the hull of the Japanese whaling fleet's factory ship Nisshin Maru, in the Southern Ocean.
After a high speed chase over hundreds of miles through fog and rough seas, the Greenpeace ship Esperanza has driven the Japanese whaling fleet out of the Southern Ocean hunting grounds.
The Japanese government whaling vessel Nisshin Maru flees from the Greenpeace ship Esperanza in the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary.
Following a 10-day search in Antarctic waters, the Greenpeace ship Esperanza has found Japan’s whaling fleet in the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary.
The whaling fleet immediately took flight from the Esperanza, which is now in high-speed...
Humpback whales show their flukes while feeding near the Antarctic ice edge in the Southern Ocean. Greenpeace is carrying out non-lethal research on whale populations in the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary from their ship, the Esperanza.
Greenpeace whale scientist Leandra Goncalves (L) and cameraman Gavin Newman in close proximity to a Humpback whale feeding near the Antarctic ice edge in the Southern Ocean.
Greenpeace boat driver Heath Hanson leans over to glance at a Humpback whale near an inflatable boat at the Antarctic ice edge in the Southern Ocean.
The Greenpeace vessel the MY Esperanza, back in the Southern Ocean this year to track Japanese whalers
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