Sea Shepherd has responded to news that Australian customs have boarded the Interpol-wanted poaching vessel, Kunlun.
Yesterday, the Sam Simon handed-over evidence to authorities at Mauritius of illegal fishing activities of the Thunder.
Crewmembers were assaulted on Thursday while attempting to communicate with the Interpol-wanted poaching vessel, Thunder.
Today the Bob Barker tripled the record for the longest sea chase of a poaching vessel, marking its 63rd day of pursuit.
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