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|A huge blue whale in a pond in Catoosa, Oklahoma.||01/17/2008||1,959|
|Arching 87 feet in length and rising 18 feet above the ground, the blue whale skeleton at the Seymour Center is a sight to behold.||01/18/2007||1,250|
|These 2 shadows look most like a whale or other large sea creature. But the two shadows are each over 200 feet long. The largest Blue Whale on record was 108 feet long. So not a whale. Possibly a submarine? When I first found this, I happened to have the December 2005 edition of National Geographic open on page 76-7 which has an amazing picture of a school of Giant Ichthyosaurs. This GE fi...||04/09/2006||1,199|
|This is the site of the toppling of Saddam Hussein's statue on 9 April 2003. The statue stood on the south end of the oval and is still visible in this image. The mosque with the blue dome on the southeast side is the 14th of Ramadan Mosque. The large building on the northwest corner of the square is the Palestine Hotel.|
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|"Conny" is a life-size, 60-foot, ferro-cement model of a male Sperm Whale.||05/17/2008||614|
|On the 17. November 1990, a forty-foot sperm whale got stranded om the beach near Nymindegab. The dead whale, weighing in at 25 tons, was such a tourist attraction that it was talked of as far away as Copenhagen, and scientist from the Zoological Museum there decided to have a closer look at the big fish. After the whale had been dissected, the skeleton was transported to Copenhagen, where it w...||10/21/2007||462|
|Found this near a whale sanctuary in Baja. Anyone know anything about this?||03/04/2007||733|
|When you turn on your 3d buildings layer in Google Earth 5 and move to this placemark, you see a whale and a squid duking it out.||02/19/2009||11,427|
|Kure Naval Port - Japan's Defense Agency.|
Looks like whale families.
|In Arlington I found this contour-painted whale on the asphalt.||08/23/2007||398|
|You can download the latest position data Google KMZ file following the course of a tagged whale shark named "Schroeder" starting from the Seychelles Islands in August 2005 - School Project at http://www.seeadlerpost.com||09/24/2005||3,145|
|A giant whale tail sculpture in Carcavelos, Portugal. ||05/17/2008||713|