The Gulf Livestock 1 is seen at Fremantle Harbour in Western Australia in November. Photo: Brian W Scott via MarineTraffic.com/Handout via ReutersThe Gulf Livestock 1 is seen at Fremantle Harbour in Western Australia in November. Photo: Brian W Scott via MarineTraffic.com/Handout via Reuters
The Gulf Livestock 1 is seen at Fremantle Harbour in Western Australia in November. Photo: Brian W Scott via MarineTraffic.com/Handout via Reuters

Capsized cattle ship renews New Zealand, Australia live animal export concerns as second crew member found, dies

  • The Gulf Livestock 1 was transporting nearly 6,000 cattle from New Zealand to China when it entered the path of Typhoon Maysak and capsized
  • Wellington suspended all live exports in the wake of the incident. It was already reviewing the industry and considering a potential total ban

Topic |   Australia
The Gulf Livestock 1 is seen at Fremantle Harbour in Western Australia in November. Photo: Brian W Scott via MarineTraffic.com/Handout via ReutersThe Gulf Livestock 1 is seen at Fremantle Harbour in Western Australia in November. Photo: Brian W Scott via MarineTraffic.com/Handout via Reuters
The Gulf Livestock 1 is seen at Fremantle Harbour in Western Australia in November. Photo: Brian W Scott via MarineTraffic.com/Handout via Reuters
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