A fishing village in easternmost Canada has tried to auction off on eBay a sperm whale carcass that washed up onto its shores. By midday, the town of Cape St. George, Newfoundland had received dozens of bids—the highest topping …
Many have also expressed concern with the smell from the rotting whales. But Jenny Parsons, who operates the Seaside Restaurant in Trout River, said some people in town will be sad to ... In 2010, the Canadian Museum of Nature in …
You can make a lot of dubious purchases online, but eBay has yet to jump the shark—er, whale. The town of Cape St.George, Newfoundland, tried an unorthodox way to dispose of a 40-foot rotting whale carcass decaying on their …
RESIDENTS of a small Canadian town are worried a dead 60,000kg whale that washed up on a boardwalk could explode any minute. Town clerk Emily Butler said the rotting 25-metre blue whale is emitting a powerful stench which is …
Fears are growing a huge, rotting blue whale lying on the beach of a Canadian town could explode. Residents in Trout River, Newfoundland, have appealed for help in removing the 25m (81ft) whale beached next to a community boardwalk. …
If you were a betting man or woman you might be interested in a Facebook pool wagering on when a bloated, decomposing blue whale might explode in a small Newfoundland community. Fortunately, for the town of Trout ... see an unnamed …
Occasionally a passenger would spot some wildlife — a black bear, a pod of dolphins, the splash of a whale's tail ... third road-accessible town, Hyder, …
Several American cities have already banned plastic straws ... 30 percent of sea turtles have been found with plastic in their stomachs—in April a dead whale …
"The whale is blowing up. It looks as if it's a big balloon from a distance," Trout River's town clerk Emily Butler told CBC news ... Fisheries and Oceans is currently in discussions with a Canadian museum to take ownership of the whale, …
The residents of a town on Canada's Newfoundland island fear a blue whale carcass that washed up on its boardwalk ... did not have the resources to deal safely with the carcass, though Canadian officials say it is their responsibility.
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