Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Whaling-station-operated-by-Peruvian-Vivmar-27MZIFE2LU6.htmlConceptually similarActivists chained to Harpoon of Peruvian WhalerGP013PUCompleted★★★★Activists chained to Harpoon of Peruvian WhalerGP01CR3Completed★★★★Activists chained to Harpoon of Peruvian WhalerGP0SZVCompleted★★★★Dead Humpback Whale in PeruGP0V2BCompleted★★★★Action against Whaling in PeruGP02680Completed★★★★★★Redençao Slaughterhouse. in the AmazonGP01K3XCompleted★★★★Slaughterhouse. San Augustino, Mexico.GP0YEHCompleted★★★★Slaughterhouse Facilities in BrazilGP01XBGCompleted★★★★Turtle Blood run-off into the SeaGP0CHACompleted★★★★View AllGP0YEIWhaling station operated by Peruvian VivmarWhaling station operated by Peruvian Vivmar, but owned by the Japanese. Paita, Peru.Locations:Paita-Peru-South AmericaDate:13 Dec, 1982Credit:© Michael Bailey / GreenpeaceMaximum size:5616px X 3768pxKeywords:Abattoirs-Day-Industrial landscapes-KWCI (GPI)-Oceans (campaign title)-Outdoors-WhalingShoot:Chaining Action on Whaling Ship in PeruThe Rainbow Warrior searched in Peruvian waters for whaling ships and sighted the whaler Victoria 7. Activists boarded and chained themselves to the harpoon-gun, while captain Peter Wilcox climbed the crow''s nest and put a banner out. Navy marines boarded and arrested ship and crew.