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Wednesday, January 21, 2009

WHALE STORIES OF CRYPTOZOOLOGICAL INTEREST

Two stories on the excellent Wildlife Extra website are of more than considerable interest to people of a cryptozoological persuasion.

The most recent comes from the west coast of Ireland where, in September, there were the first confirmed sightings of blue whales since records began.


The other story is much older, but as it is accompanied by the only pictures of four Arnoux’s beaked whales (Berardius arnuxii), observed from a helicopter during an Antarctic expedition, we decided to include it. For more details go here.

2 comments:

drjon said...

I don't suppose you know much about the 52 hertz Cryptowhale mystery? I poked Loren about this a while ago, but had no answer.

Oll Lewis said...

Well you came to the right place, I'm actually working on a blog posting on the 52 hertz cryptowhale at the moment which should be up in the next week or so. I stumbled across it while researching an article on the bloop, which should be posted either today or tomorrow.

So watch this space...