Whale Death by Tounge


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carcass of a humback whale lies on an Alaskan beach. Scientists believe
its death was down to its enormous deformed tongue, “the size of a
small car”. What caused the grotesque swelling is a mystery, but a ship
strike and infection are the principal theories


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<strong>Guest:</strong>

One hell of a way to go!