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In Hyannis, a quiet force

Group pursues global misssion of animal welfare

By Sean P. Murphy
Globe Staff / August 15, 2004

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HYANNIS -- Tucked in a nondescript industrial park in Hyannis is one of Cape Cod's least known yet largest private employers: the world headquarters of the International Fund for Animal Welfare, which takes on the club-wielding seal hunters in Canada, the whale hunters of Norway, Iceland, and Japan, and traders in the burgeoning black markets for exotic animals all over ... (Full Article: 761 Words)

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