Your browser does not support this video. Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Southern-Ocean-Expedition-2005-2006-27MZIFVMCS_L.htmlConceptually similarAction during Long Whale ChaseGP03IARCompleted★★★★★★★Southern Ocean Whaling Master Clipreel 2005-2006GP049YSCompleted★★★★★★First Action against Japanese Whaling FleetGP03IFZCompleted★★★★Whaling Fleet in OperationGP03IVGCompleted★★★★Painting Action and Collision GP03INLCompleted★★★★Long Chase with Gruesome KillGP03IKWCompleted★★★★★★★Inflatables Hinder the Harpooning Ship GP03IJCCompleted★★★★★★Second Action against Japanese Whaling FleetGP03IQLCompleted★★★★Departure from Cape TownGP03IEXCompleted★★★★View AllGP04A0HSouthern Ocean Expedition 2005-2006Greenpeace expedition to the Southern Ocean to stop Japan's annual 'scientific' whale hunt. This year the Fisheries Agency of Japan has more than doubled its planned catch of minke whales to 935 and added 10 endangered fin whales which are the second largest creatures on earth after blue whales. Greenpeace ships MY Esperanza and MY Arctic Sunrise carry seventy crew and campaigners from 19 countries to defend the whales in the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary as part of Greenpeace's campaign 'Defending our Oceans'. Tape features Greenpeace activists confronting the Japanese whaling fleet at sea; gruesome whale kills; painting slogan on side of Japanese supply vessel; activist pushed overboard by harpoon line and aerials of MY Esperanza. Locations:Southern OceanDate:21 Dec, 2005Credit:© GreenpeaceDuration:17m47sAudio format:NaturalProduction Type :CLIPREELKeywords:Actions and protests-Aerial view-Banners-Confrontation-Danger-Fisheries agency of Japan-Greenpeace activists-Greenpeace inflatables-Harpoons-Helicopters-KWCI (GPI)-MY Arctic Sunrise-MY Esperanza-Oceans (campaign title)-Painting actions-Spraying-Water cannons-Whalers-Whales-Whaling-Whaling shipsShoot:Southern Ocean Tour 2005 to 2006Greenpeace is using every available means to bring the whaling hunt to an early end and make it the last time the Sanctuary is breached by the whalers.