Translation of whaling in Spanish:


caza de ballenas, n.

Pronunciation /ˈ(h)weɪlɪŋ//ˈweɪlɪŋ/


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    caza de ballenas feminine
    pesca de ballenas feminine
    (industry/vessel) (before noun) ballenero
    • He's continuing to call for caution in allowing commercial whaling in the foreseeable future.
    • Japan aims to return the commission to a whaling industry - controlled body, so that commercial whaling can resume.
    • Despite the ban on commercial whaling, many whales are caught in Korean waters.
    • This situation eased in 1986 when the international Whaling Commission declared a moratorium on whaling.
    • After a long campaign by several environment groups, the International Whaling Commission imposes a moratorium on commercial whaling.
    • What is the effect of the increasing whale watching industry, which like whaling before it, ranges from feeding to birthing grounds?
    • Iceland, Japan and Norway want to abandon the ban and threatened to begin commercial whaling with or without international agreement.
    • Our attack at the moment is to expose the fraud of commercial whaling under the guise of scientific whaling.
    • From that time on for over ten years I stuck to Athneal like a pilot fish and he taught me, not only whaling and its history in the islands but about Bequia life as well.
    • The widescale whaling of the past exists no longer, and most whales are now protected under international law.
    • Japan will lead the charge to overturn a ban on commercial whaling when the International Whaling Commission meets in just over a week.
    • The story of whaling in Eden is much more than just a story about a bygone industry or even a story about an amazing partnership between man and beast.
    • Japan's ambassador to Australia, Hideaki Ueda, said last week that he hoped that the IWC would soon allow a return to commercial whaling.
    • There has been an international ban on all commercial whaling since 1986, and on grey whales since 1949.
    • But the biggest issues for me, mate, was sealing, whaling and the killing of penguins.
    • A quarter of a century after whaling was banned in Australian waters, whale watching has become a tourism success story.
    • Iceland could also begin straightforward commercial whaling at any time, although it says that it will not do so until at least 2006.
    • Alice Roberts looks back at Dundee's history of whaling and meets former whalers who risked their lives in this now reviled industry.
    • Iceland's delegation responded by walking out of the meeting and threatening to resume commercial whaling with or without approval.
    • With whaling still outlawed, the Japanese are out of practice when it comes to taking out large blubbery mammals.