Japanese Whaling Crew Eaten Alive By Killer Whales, 16 dead

A Japanese whaling crew has fallen victim to a dramatic full on assault by a school of killer whales, killing no less than 16 crew members and injuring 12, has reported the Japanese Government this morning.

The crew of the MV Nisshin Maru (日新丸), Japan’s primary whaling vessel and the world’s only whaler factory ship, was forced to leave the deck temporarily as a gas leak was detected within the ship’s processing factory that resulted in the ship being temporarily disabled all while continuing to carry approximately 1,000 tons of oil.

The resulting panic lead members of the ship to jump off the boat before proper emergency procedures were taken and lifeboats had been set to sea.  The swimming crew members were then ferociously attacked by a school of killer whales, that decimated a large number of the crew within moments. “It was horrific” claims Asuka Kumara, a mechanical engineer who witnessed the gruesome  scene. “The water was red with blood, there were bodies everywhere” he recalls in tears.

Within 30 minutes of the incident, 16 crew members had disappeared into the ocean.

The incident occurred in the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary, near the South Eastern Coast of South Africa, a controversial area to be whaling as a recent international court ruling has ordered the country to ends its whale hunt in the Antarctic. The East Asian nation halted its annual Antarctic whaling mission after the U.N.’s International Court of Justice (ICJ) ruled last march the hunt violated an international moratorium on commercial whaling.

“It seems Japan just doesn’t give a damn about international law” explains environmental activist and spokesman for Greenpeace Canada, James Ben Shahali, based in Vancouver. “The waste of life is always a shame, but the whales are not to blame here, they were only doing what they are born to do: kill for food” he adds.

Some Greenpeace supporters have even celebrated the incident as a victory for the cause

Some Greenpeace supporters have even celebrated the incident as a victory for the fight against whale hunting worldwide

Japan has slaughtered over 6,000 whales since commercial whaling was made illegal by the International Whaling Commission (IWC) moratorium passed in 1986.

4 Comments on "Japanese Whaling Crew Eaten Alive By Killer Whales, 16 dead"

  1. Orcinus orca | June 1, 2017 at 2:09 pm | Reply

    You people are psychotic lmao. Orcas (which are not whales, but dolphins. Their names used to be “whale killer” fyi) don’t feed on humans…

  2. Why should the blood tainted water be disgusting now ? Oh, just cause its of those humans set out to wipe out entire pods and had no regard for these sentient beings ? Plenty of ways to make money and feed your family. I hope this deters the others to take up this profession and finally brings a change in the stance of the Japanese government. If nothing, they should take this as an omen. Let’s hope next the Faroe islands folks meet such a tragedy and learn a lesson.

  3. Matthew B Girard | May 9, 2017 at 8:59 pm | Reply


  4. makes me think of James Brown…The PAYBACK !I hope that they were conscious and it was painful + SLOW

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