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WHALE FOUND ON TOCO BEACH

A forty foot whale was found on the Toco beach. It was said to be there since before the weekend. No one knows what happened,what caused the whale to come ashore. when villagers saw it, it had already began to decay. Because of the size of the What it had to be taken out in parts.

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silas says ... on Sunday, Sep 1 at 7:46 PM

this is a example to when the whale came to Manzanilla shore and the people push back the whale in the in the water and it came back it ready to go because when the whale ready to dead it comes in the shore so that why the whale come back to shore.

real trini says ... on Thursday, Aug 22 at 11:40 AM

gang warfare

George says ... on Sunday, Jun 16 at 8:37 PM

All u sure it wasn't Marlene Mc Donald sunbathing

kenrick says ... on Monday, May 20 at 7:22 AM

Sad indeed but let's hope it was a natural death.....what's also very sad is the use of the word "tale" instead of tail to discribe the third photo.....get it together Mr. Editor, the world's watchin'.

Audra Cole says ... on Tuesday, May 7 at 9:50 PM

This is so very sad.

spicy v says ... on Friday, Mar 22 at 12:24 PM

He came in with the tide and when the tide went down he got stock between the rocks. And without being submerged in water totally for a while , brings death.

< says ... on Thursday, Feb 28 at 7:29 PM

:/

Anonymous says ... on Thursday, Feb 28 at 7:29 PM

Why is it sad?

:O says ... on Thursday, Feb 28 at 12:04 PM

thats sad :(

stranger says ... on Monday, Feb 25 at 12:19 PM

poor gps signal on the north coast

Willy says ... on Sunday, Feb 24 at 6:56 PM

Whales attempt suicide, sometimes they are sick sometimes they are lonely etc.

Stanton Belford says ... on Friday, Feb 15 at 3:54 PM

This appears to be a Sperm whale, which are avid foragers that use intensive sounds to communicate. I presume the ocean's currents brought it in to Toco, but I'm not sure of it's cause of death.

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