Question 2: Under the terms of the 1986 moratorium on whaling, the ________ allows whaling carried out by aboriginal groups if
it occurs on a subsistence basis.
Question 3: In 1973, the UN's ________ sent a whaling ship and a Norwegian master whaler,
to modernize the hunt.
Question 4: Russians of ________ in
Far East are permitted to take up to 140 Gray Whales from the
North-East Pacific population each year.
Question 6: The ________ has carried out surveys
in the village to determine that the limited hunting does not
endanger world whale stocks or other endangered species.
Question 7: The primitive nature of
the hunt has caused it to become something of a spectacle on ________ - the island from which
the pair operate.
Question 8: Aboriginal whaling is the hunting of whales
carried out by aboriginal groups who have a
tradition of ________.
Question 9: Anti-whaling groups claim this hunt
is not ________, though the IWC Scientific
Committee, the same group that provided the above population
estimate, projects a population growth of 3.2% per year.
Question 10: The whaling programme is
managed by the Alaska Eskimo Whaling Commission which reports to