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« on: July 21, 2011, 05:47:19 pm »

A rare blue whale  washed ashore on the beach front of the Mannar coast earlier yesterday and  authorities were making arrangements to examine the dead mammal.

According to reports the whale is believed to have died some time ago before strong currents brought it to the shores in Mannar.

A wound on the highly decomposed body on one side of the mammal suggests that it would have been hit a rudder of a ship, somewhere in the deep seas.
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