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Motika Post time: 2017-8-31 05:52
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La información fue publicada la tarde de este domingo por la Dirección del Parque Nacional Galápagos, que en conjunto con el Ministerio del Ambiente, actúa como acusador particular. La entidad anunció que hoy se pudo determinar que las cerca de 300 toneladas de pesca halladas en las bodegas del buque chino fueron recibidas de dos barcos taiwaneses: el Hai Fang 301 y el Hai Fang 302.
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Chinese ship with 6620 sharks caputred inside the Galapagos Marine Reserve
More than 6.620 sharks were found in the hold of the "Fu Yuan Yu Leng 999" after it was captured inside the Galapagos Marine Reserve. On Aug 27, 2017, was the third day of hearing of the crew of the freighter for presumed environmental crime. The nearly 300 tonnes of fish found in the vessel's holds were received from two Taiwanese vessels, the "Hai Fang 301" and "Hai Fang 302". According to the crew's reports, the transshipment took place between Aug 5 and 7, more than 1,000 miles northwest of Galapagos. The ship was captured by the Ecuadorian Navy on Aug 13 near San Cristóbal Island. The vessel had entered unauthorizedly into the Galapagos Marine Reserve.

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On Aug 27, 2017, was the third day of hearing of the crew of the freighter for presumed environmental crime. The nearly 300 tonnes of fish found in the vessel's holds were received from two Taiwanese vessels, the "Hai Fang 301" and "Hai Fang 302". According to the crew's reports, the transshipment took place between Aug 5 and 7, more than 1,000 miles northwest of Galapagos.

Más de 6 620 tiburones fueron hallados en el bodegas del buque Fu Yuan Yu Leng 999, capturado dentro de la Reserva Marina de Galápagos. Esa es parte de la información que se conoció este domingo 27 de agosto del 2017, durante el tercer día de audiencia contra la tripulación del carguero, por presunto delito ambiental. La información fue publicada la tarde de este domingo por la Dirección del Parque Nacional Galápagos, que en conjunto con el Ministerio del Ambiente, actúa como acusador particular. La entidad anunció que hoy se pudo determinar que las cerca de 300 toneladas de pesca halladas en las bodegas del buque chino fueron recibidas de dos barcos taiwaneses: el Hai Fang 301 y el Hai Fang 302. Según versiones de los tripulantes, el trasbordo se efectuó entre los días 5 y 7 de agosto, a más de 1 000 kilómetros al noroeste de Galápagos. El barco fue capturado por la Armada del Ecuador el pasado 13 de agosto, cerca de la isla San Cristóbal.

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emanreus Post time: 2017-8-31 15:22
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On Aug 27, 2017, was the third day of hearing of the crew  ...

As a humanist and ecologist, I still demand that these useless barbarian so-called "fishermen" have their hands chopped off and be sent back on rubber dinghies to their Far Eastern homelands.

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emanreus Post time: 2017-8-31 15:22
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On Aug 27, 2017, was the third day of hearing of the crew  ...

Oh, All my apologizes, emanreus, if the fish werereceived from taiwaneses boat, then mainland fishing boat are absolutely innocent for these unfair accusation! I should restrain mayself from reacting to all these false accusations for minor crimes commmited so rarely in other Pacific countries protected areas...

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yasawakic Post time: 2017-9-1 08:07
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Emmy Mouse has lost her marbles again. Sigh! She is not for real. She thinks Taiwanese poachers are criminals and their Chinese criminal buyers are gentlemen...

A truck was stopped in Thailand containing live pangolins. Lucky mammals! They are a protected species but the Chinese are buying up all live ones for their restaurants and medicine producers.

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Post time 2017-9-1 11:57:23 |Display all floors
When will the world sanction the Japanese government and fishing industry for illegally killing dolphins and whales?

China agreed with Ecuador that the Chinese fishermen, if proven to have poached protected sharks, especially in Ecuador's EEZ, should be punished, and that China will further prosecute them on their release in the future.

Haven't heard Japan willing to do the same to its dolphin and whale mass murderers, all for the sake of Sashimi and Sushi over Saki.

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