Japanese Whaling Research

Scott talks with NPR's John Nielson about the controversy surrounding Japanese whaling research. Critics accuse Japan of using whaling research as an excuse to hunt whales, which are a popular delicacy. Japan argues that they have a right under international treaty to kill and study whales.



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