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Japanese Fishermen and Dolphin Killings / House Hearing #257521

CBS Evening News for Monday, Apr 24, 1978
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(Studio) House subcommittee hearing on Japanese fishermen's practice of mass killing dolphins and Japanese fishermen's reaction to it reported.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Iki Island, Japan) Details given concerning reasons that fishermen on island of Iki have recently killed dolphins and their attitude toward Congress of for. country holding hearings on this. Dolphins' hunting of same schools of fish as Japanese fishermen and damage dolphins do to equipment described, using situation of one 12-yr. fishing veteran as example American tuna fishermen's killing of dolphins each year and new laws to decrease this number mentioned.
REPORTER: Bruce Dunning

Reporter(s):
Cronkite, Walter;
Dunning, Bruce
Duration:
00:02:20

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