'I would die for a whale': Sea Shepherd nurse

When not treating patients, general practice nurse Jools Farrell goes toe-to-toe with whalers as part of the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society.

On 20 February 2013, it was a cold, clear day deep in the Antarctic Ocean.

North of Australia’s Casey research station, the ocean was calm and seals slumbered on ice floes when three ships from the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society and six Japanese whaling vessels arrived.

One of the Sea Shepherd ships, the MY Sam Simon, had been charged with finding the whalers’ refuelling