Irwin impounded

September 2011
Ausmarine;Sep2011, Vol. 33 Issue 11, p12
Trade Publication
The article presents news and comments on various issues in the Australian fishing industry. The anti-whaling group Sea Shepherd has decided to name their vessel after Steve Irwin, a wildlife showman who was poisoned and died after being stung by a largish stingray. The same whaling group has been soliciting donations for the release of the Steve Irwin after being impounded by the British due to its interference with the Danish Faroe Islands' annual pilot whale harvest.


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