Who's the real killer?


By Fred Pearce A CLAIM by Japan that whales eat more of the oceans’ fish than people do is set to stir up a row at next month’s meeting of the International Whaling Commission in London. Japan hopes to use the results from its controversial “scientific” whaling programme to convince fishing nations to vote for the resumption of whaling to help protect their fish stocks, says Joji Morishita of the Japanese government’s Fisheries Agency and a delegate to the IWC. The unpublished findings, seen by New Scientist,
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