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H. Con. Res. 34  (enr) - Whereas there is significant widespread support in the international community for the view that for scientific, ecological, and educational reasons, whales should no longer be hunted for profit; Whereas there is concern that efforts will be made at the 1993 Annual Meeting of the International Whaling Commission to overturn the Commission's existing moratorium on commercial whaling of large whales; Whereas there are species of small cetaceans that are currently subject to direct commercial harvest; Whereas there are unique regions of the world's seas which serve as important feeding grounds for many species of whales, and where the impacts of environmental threats are unknown: Now, therefore, be it

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