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A whale washed ashore on Haa Alifu atoll

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Nov 27, 2004
:confused: Hi all
A whale washed ashore on Haa Alifu atoll in the Maldives

Mulhadhoo ponders how to get rid of whale carcass
The carcass of a whale washed ashore on Haa Alifu atoll Mulhadhoo island beach on Sunday has started rotting but officials have not decided on a method to get rid of the carcass. Read more Read more


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I realy don't now bro!
they are also trying find out which one is that

looks like it is Bryde's whale

as soon we get any information on that i will let you now
take care
Did you hear about the story how Americans got rid of a whale that had washed on the beach in 1970... they called in the Highway patrol who then proceeded to load the carcass with explosives. and finally after half a ton of dynamite and curious bunch of onlookers who had come see the famous explosive whale who is about to be blown away from the beach.. There was also a film crew present pointing their hungry cameras on the whale as the countdown started.. in when the big moment came, everyone could instantly agree that the highway patrol men had delivered, but shortly after when the crowds had been showered with rotting whale meat, insides and fat the vomiting started.. not only the onlookers were given the taste of the ol’whale but their vehicles were ruined by falling chunks of blubber..pretty nasty looking and sounding business that disposing of a whale in America..:)#

Here is the link for those interested in looking at the real thing themselves…


happy diving to you all

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saw it on tv the other night on the "Stupid Videos" programme.. hahahaha.. and yuk! Huge chunks of meat falling over everyone.. and they still had something like 20 tons left over or something.

:yack :yack
I saw it on tv - what a mess! I'm surprised nobody guessed beforehand what would happen.

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