Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Japanese-fishermen-on-a-driftnetting-ship-27MZIFLXJTUQ.htmlConceptually similarFins Cut off from Blue SharkGP01DUQCompleted★★★★Ocean Pacific Campaign Rainbow Warrior - North Pacific Ocean (1990)GP0S4RCompleted★★★★An albatross killed by a Japanese driftnetGP0MOUCompleted★★★★Fisherman and Shark Fins on Fishing Vessel in the Solomon IslandsGP01HKACompleted★★★★The Yahiko Maru no. 5 in the Bering SeaGP04G1UCompleted★★★★Blue shark caught in Japanese driftnet, north PacificGP0R1TCompleted★★★★Blue shark caught in Japanese driftnet, north PacificGP0CHZCompleted★★★★★Blue shark caught in Japanese driftnet, north PacificGP01AAGCompleted★★★★★Shark entangled in Japanese driftnetsGP0XXKCompleted★★★★★★View AllGP012U4Japanese fishermen on a driftnetting shipJapanese fishermen on a driftnetting ship in the north Pacific. On the deck is a pile of fins from blue sharks which are used in sharkfin soup. The body of the shark is thrown back into the sea. Greenpeace is campaigning in the Pacific against the indiscriminate slaughter of fish, cetaceans and seabirds caused by driftnets.Locations:North Pacific OceanDate:3 Aug, 1990Credit:© Greenpeace / Lorette DorreboomMaximum size:3035px X 4535pxKeywords:Day-Driftnet fishing-Driftnets-Fish-Fisheries-Fishers-Fishing (activity)-Fishing (Industry)-Fishing ships-KWCI (GPI)-Oceans (campaign title)-Outdoors-Sharks-Two peopleShoot:Rainbow Warrior Pacific Driftnets TourThe Rainbow Warrior tours in the Pacific to document and protest against (Japanese) driftnet fishing.