Newspaper article The Canadian Press

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Newspaper article The Canadian Press

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AT01 - (Blue-Whale-Exhibit)

TORONTO x-13s. The 24-metre skeleton of a blue whale that landed in western Newfoundland almost three years ago is about to go on display at the Royal Ontario Museum. Known as Blue, she was among nine endangered whales found dead in thick sea ice -- but it's not clear how they died. Mark Engstrom of the ROM says the wristwatch he had on while recovering the bones will be on display for a hint of how a dead whale smells.

("...my watch.") (SOURCE:The Canadian Press)

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TAG: The skeleton can be viewed at the ROM in Toronto starting Saturday until Labour Day. The bones of a second recovered whale are going to Memorial University of Newfoundland once they're processed. …

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