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Whale watching in the Arctic: info website from WWF

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There is also a basic website on whale watching in the Arctic that can give some guidance for travelers to choose responsible operators.
http://www.ngo.grida.no/wwfap/whalewatching/

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Tourism clash over whale of an idea

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Tourism clash over whale of an idea
By Russell Jenkins/The Times
http://www.timesonline.co.uk/printFrien ... 70,00.html

"CONSERVATIONISTS are divided over a plan to airfreight up to 50 grey whales from their native waters in California to the Cumbrian coastline to try to revitalise the area ... They would then spawn a lucrative whale-watching industry, creating hundreds of jobs and helping to regenerate devastated fishing communities on the northwest coastline. "

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