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Japan resumed commercial whaling this year, hunting the marine giants for the first time in more than 30 years.
But evidence suggests that there may now be more of a future in watching whales rather than eating them.
Rupert Wingfield-Hayes went to find humpback whales in their nursery, 1,000km off the coast of Japan.
watching whales? I know they have an appetite for the aquatic mammals ……
are they adding tanks of live whales to the sushi shop so diners can choose a fresh one?
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