Preserve the dead blue whale in Gwadar Jewani
A dead blue whale on the Jewani Gwadar beach


The giant blue dead whale found on the Jewani beach in Gwadar district of Balochistan needs to be preserved. The whale should be preserved and kept for exhibition in the Gwadar museum to create awareness among students, visiting tourists.

Indeed, this is a national asset. Its preservation is the core responsibility of the marines department, Gwadar Development Authority (GDA). Experts from the World Wild Life Department should also be taken on board to preserve the dead blue whale.

The blue whale found on Gwadar beach is 36 feet long

As per initial information, the blue whale is 36 feet long and its weight is estimated 20 tons.

The blue whale is the largest animal on the planet, weighing as much as 200 tons (approximately 33 elephants). The blue whale has a heart the size of a Volkswagen Beetle. Its stomach can hold one ton of krill and it needs to eat about four tons of krill each day.

Blue whale is the largest animal on planet

They are the loudest animals on Earth and are even louder than a jet engine. Their calls reach 188 decibels, while a jet reaches 140 decibels. Their low frequency whistle can be heard for hundreds of miles and is probably used to attract other blue whales.

Marine life in the Arabian sea on more than 700 coastal line in Balochistan province should be protected. This is not only the beauty of the nature, it can also be used for promoting tourism as well.

Balochistan is the land of wonders and attractive tourists destinations

Balochistan is the land of wonders and attractive tourists destinations. The federal and provincial governments need to evolve a strategy and announce a special package for the promotion of tourism and improving tourist points. This will play a key role in attracting national and international tourists and promote economy.

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