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...position, the two ships don’t have the room they will need unless the ship decides to ram the Bob Barker.
Now, this pending game of 'chicken' may have a new outcome. It's time to prepare for the final blow against Japanese whaling, once and for all!
To see what happens next, tune in Friday, August 12th at 9:00pm eastern.
Additional "Whale Wars" articles available:The Giant Enemy Pt. 1 Battle Stations Pt. 2 Battle Stations Pt. 1 Paul Watson Sends S.O.S. Enemy In Their Grasp Pt. 2 Enemy In Their Grasp Pt. 1 Race To Save Lives Pt. 2 Race To Save Lives Pt. 1 (more)
The Yushin Maru actively tries to clip the Gojira’s stern. However, video from the Yushin Maru that is released later to the public is shown with comments that state it was the Gojira that tried to cut the ship off.
Pottsy, one of the small motor boat’s captains is now ready to deploy another prop fouler line to stop the Yushin Maru.
As they come across the front of the ship, it's the small boat that is clipped by the Yushin Maru.
Radio calls go out to the small vessel. Luckily this time both the crew and the motor are intact.
Pottsy calls into the Bob Barker... (more)
...again, saving the whales from harpoons and even more important, from extinction is why they are here.
Suddenly, they flashback three years ago to a terrifying moment when a handful of crew in a small motor boat are lowered into the ocean along the ship.
Click here to read Whale Wars - Enemy In Their Grasp PT 1
With the rough sea and the harrowing task of getting the boat into the ocean, somehow they get flipped over, dumping all onboard into the freezing water.
There's a mad dash to keep all eyes on every crew member until they can be drawn out of the... (more)
Sea Shepherd Conservation Society Founder, Paul Watson is down to the wire and may lose their flagship, the Steve Irwin. Watson, made famous by Animal Planet's reality TV series, "Whale Wars" has been an animal rights activist for decades and was an original member of Greenpeace.
Today, he and an elite team of Sea Shepherds sail the oceans in their efforts to stop whaling and other endangered sea life, including bluefin tuna.
In an attempt to save the Steve Irwin, Watson has posted the following letter and video clip (click link in video box to left of article) asking... (more)
... ice. The whaling vessel is making a run for it to give them a way to continue whaling. This astounds helicopter pilot, Aultman and Captain Watson.
The Nisshin Maru has always avoided the ice. Over the years, the ice has claimed two ships. This isn't stopping the vessel from charging through the ice, almost at full speed - 12 or 13 knots.
Now, Captain Paul Watson must decide if the Steve Irwin will follow the Nisshin Maru into the path of ice or go down around and hope they don’t double back to continue whaling.
Up next: Whale Wars "Enemy In Their Grasp" Part 2(more)
...later make the call to declare all three men dead - victims of Mother Nature's wrath. The three men are identified as 34-year-old Norwegian, Robert Skaanes, 36-year-old Norwegian, Tom Gisle Bellika, and 32-year-old South-African, Leonard J. Banks.
The last moments of this Whale Wars episode show the final footage shot of the three lost men at sea by the two surviving members of the Beserk.
"...So, take care...drive hard and with style... I hope you come back as Arctic knights...there is something good to come back as Arctic Knights...Okay. Be good...Good... (more)
...area by air, suddenly a crew member onboard the Steve Irwin sees something through the binoculars.
"What is it," a crew member questions.
The crew scrambles to look through various pairs of binoculars and alongside the deck to see what this 'something' might be.
As they approach, it becomes clearer that it's a life raft of some sort. You can hear the tension mount as crew members are holding their breath wondering what they might find...
Coming next: Whale Wars - "Race To Save Lives" What You Missed PART 2
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