“IWC negotiator, who is notoriously blunt and once called minke whales the "cockroaches of the sea" - believes the proposal may mark the beginning of the end for Japanese whaling.”
“Scientists are eager to examine the animal, which they first believed might be the humpback whale rescued from a tangle of fishing lines earlier this week, but later identified as a minke or finback whale.”
“But non-indigenous people also commercially harvest a variety of species at smaller scales, such as minke whales in Norwegian waters, belugas in the White Sea, and pilot whales (Globicephala melaena) in the Faroe Islands.”
“Aren't the white ones the "minke" or some other strange name?”
“Since 2006, that nation has killed more than 200 minke whales and 280 endangered fin whales.”
“Mar–Oct; from £13 per pitch per night 2 adults, £3 per extra adult, £2 per child; 01986 892338It's not uncommon to spot schools of dolphins, basking sharks and the odd minke whale from the bay at Clachtoll Beach campsite.”
“In recent years they've taken Bryde's, sei, sperm and minke whales.”
“One of the most productive waters on Earth, the Ross Sea is filled with minke whales, Adelie penguins and phytoplankton, the tiny plants that form the base of the food chain.”
“I thought we were out of luck when we dropped the glider in and 10 seconds later a minke surfaced to breathe right where it had just been.”
“The only problem was the only hole we could find was a minke whale breathing hole," Asper says.”
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