By Dan Bloom. An unlucky biologist has been filmed trying to cut open a whale carcass - which exploded all over him. The sperm whale was one of two which died this week after being beached in the Faroe Islands in the North Atlantic, captured on camera by the Faroese Broadcasting Corporation. Biologist Bjarni Mikkelsen tried to cut open a sperm whale carcass which exploded in his face in November Gruesome: By the time the worker on the Faroe Islands turned round to escape, it was too late.
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10 Bizarre Explosions That Shouldn’t Have Happened
Exploding Whale – Today in History
The largest creatures on earth have a tendency to blow up when washed ashore, which can be rather nasty. This video of an exploding whale was captured in the Faroe Islands back in As a marine biologist started cutting into the whale which was dead for about 2 days, a vicious explosion erupted from the remains, spraying blood and guts, nearly injuring the biologist. The blast was so powerful that the flensing knife was ripped from his hands and stood in the wall of the house across from the flensing plane. Most often when a whale dies, it sinks to the bottom of the ocean where it becomes a bountiful source of food for scavenging marine animals and its bones can provide shelter for countless other species.
Sperm whale explodes as man tries to open stomach - video
By Siuslaw News Staff. It was a curiosity for residents and beachcombers at the time, but soon became a bit of a problem as the stench of rotting whale began to overtake the dunes. Since Oregon beaches are a public right of way the speed limit is 25 mph, with pedestrians having the right-of-way , the Oregon State Highway Division now the Oregon Department of Transportation was tasked with cleaning it up. The idea of burying the whale was floated but turned down: The ocean tides would surely uncover the beached beast.
Footage of a foot sperm whale being blown up with dynamite on an Oregon beach has been remastered and re-released 50 years after the event took place. The dead whale had washed up on a beach near Florence in November, Weighing in at around eight tons, officials needed to find a way to dispose of the rotting flesh, eventually settling on the idea of exploding the carcass with dynamite. The plan, from the Oregon Highway Division, came to fruition on November KATU reporter Paul Linnman and cameraman Doug Brazil went to observe and recorded the explosion in what would become a viral video decades later.