Your browser does not support this video. Permalink: https://photo.greenpeace.org/archive/Action-on-Taiwanese-Longliner-27MZIFVPB418.htmlConceptually similarFrozen Tuna and Sharks on Taiwanese Longline VesselGP03IHCCompleted★★★★Action on Taiwanese LonglinerGP03IASCompleted★★★★★★Marlin Released in the Pacific Ocean - UnderwaterGP04CS9Completed★★★★Marlin Released in the Pacific OceanGP03ILJCompleted★★★★Action against Taiwanese Longliner Ho Tsai Fa 18 GP03IABCompleted★★★★Confronting Taiwanese Longliner Ho Tsai Fa 18GP03IECCompleted★★★★Onboard Longliner, KM LESTARI 816GP03IN4Completed★★★★Activists Free a TurtleGP03IAWCompleted★★★★Inspecting Taiwanese Longliner Nian Sheug GP03IJFCompleted★★★★View AllGP04CS2Action on Taiwanese LonglinerGreenpeace activist, Karli Thomas, wearing a mermaid costume is next to a banner reading in Taiwanese 'Marine Reserves Now' onboard the Taiwanese longliner San Sheng Shiang No. 868. Greenpeace activists check the freezer and find frozen shark bodies and fins. Greenpeace activists then check a longline for bycatch and work swiftly to release a marlin caught on a longline hook set by the Taiwanese longliner San Sheng Shiang No. 868. Greenpeace activists protested against the Taiwanese longliner in the Pacific Ocean, demanding that Taiwan support strong conservation measures to protect the remaining valuable Pacific fish stocks.Locations:Nauru-Pacific Islands-Pacific OceanDate:11 Oct, 2011Credit:© GreenpeaceDuration:2m58sAudio format:NaturalProduction Type :NEWS ACCESSKeywords:Actions and protests-Banners-Death-Fisheries-Fishers-Fishing (Industry)-Fishing ships-Greenpeace activists-Greenpeace inflatables-KWCI (GPI)-Longline fishing-Marine Reserves (campaign title)-Oceans (campaign title)-Refrigerators-Shark fins-Sharks-Theatrical costumesShoot:Defending Our Pacific Expedition 2011Greenpeace is in the Western and Central Pacific ocean on the 'Defending Our Pacific' expedition campaigning for a global network of marine reserves covering 40% of the world’s oceans and for a more sustainable fishing industry, both necessary steps to restoring our oceans to health.