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 …
The blue whale is not only the largest animal on Earth right now, but could very well be the largest animal ever. When these massive animals die, they don’t always sink. Sometimes they wash up on shore and it goes without saying that …
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TORONTO – A fishing village in easternmost Canada tried on Monday 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 — …
Trout River residents hope the carcass explosion happens when its busy boardwalk area, right near where the whale remains beached, is less occupied. The town is responsible now that the whale has been beached, but lacks the …
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We're still more than a couple months off from this year's Western Canadian Music Awards, but the list of nominees for the annual celebration has been revealed. Set to take place in Winnipeg this fall, the event has landed the likes of …
DON’T stand too close. Residents fear a 60,000kg whale that washed up near the boardwalk on a small Canadian town will blow up at any moment. RESIDENTS of a small Canadian town are worried a dead 60,000kg whale that washed …
The carcass of a blue whale that washed ashore in Newfoundland, Canada is causing a smelly problem for a local town. Residents of the Trout River community want the whale, which has been rotting on the beach for over a week, …
A dead blue whale washed up on the shore of an eastern Canadian town several weeks ago, and has been causing quite a stir ever since. Locals tell the media they're worried the bloated, smelly carcass will explode, and what's worse is that …
Citing violations of its policy regarding "Marine mammal items", eBay terminated an online listing on Monday by the town of Cape St. George, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, for a 40 ft (12 m) sperm whale carcass reportedly beached …
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 …
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