Experts examine dead blue whale in Jewani Gwadar
An image of the dead blue whale on the Jewani beach in Gwadar

Behram Baloch:


A technical team consisting of experts from Pakistan Museum of Natural History (PMNH) reached Gwadar, where they examined the dead blue whale on the beach of Jewani. The experts also reviewed, the team will secure the remains and structure of the blue whale. A dead whale was found at the port near Giovanni a week ago.

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As per initial information, the blue whale is 36 feet long and its weight is estimated 20 tons. Blue whale is considered to be the most largest animal on the planet.

The Gwadar Development Authority (GDA) Chief Mujeeb Qambrani had already announced preserving the dead blue whale. The dead blue whale would be kept in the Gwadar museum. “This would be good for students and tourists”, Mr. Qambrani said.

He said the dead blue whale is a national asset and that government would take all possible steps to preserve it.

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