The rarely seen creature of the deep spends a few hours amid the boats moored in Toyama Bay.
A Japanese whaling fleet set sail for the Antarctic last week, despite environmentalists slamming the move as a 'crime against nature.'
From December through March 2016, Japan will kill minke whales worth more than $33 million. But they're priceless to conservationists hoping to save these gentle filter feeders. →
Japan decides to ignore international criticism and begin new 12-year whaling program.
The ruling punishes the firm for repeatedly killing Antarctic minke whales in an Australian Southern Ocean sanctuary.
400-pound Shabani is being compared to Zoolander, with its manly good looks and model poses.
The governing body of Japan's zoos and aquariums used to get its dolphins from the controversial and bloody hunt.
In crowded Tokyo, you can rent a mutt for a few hours of wet noses and unconditional loving from man's best friend.
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