Whale Bones On Florida’s New Smyrna Beach Revealed By Superstorm Sandy

Whale Bones On Florida’s New Smyrna Beach Revealed By Superstorm Sandy

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Whales on beach, near New Smyrna, Florida; from a 1909 postcard published by the Hugh C. Leighton Company, Portland, Maine. Nine sperm whales, 35-43 feet long, washed ashore in 1908 near the Ponce de León Inlet Lighthouse (visible in background). Captions and Photo source: ©© Wikimedia

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The skeleton of a rare whale unearthed by superstorm Sandy erosion has been discovered on a Florida beach…

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